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sending bad packets

By NatCat ·
I have alot of problems on my network. But my current issue is that some users cannot save changes made to word documents in a shared folder, even though they are allowed to open and edit the file. The message they get is that"..cannot save due to afile permission error". Microsoft article (Q278456) says that the reason is that client machine sends a bad packet to the server.
What would cause a machine to send a bad packet ?
And could this be the cause of network printing problems ?

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by DKlippert In reply to sending bad packets

Take a look at this article; it offers more alternatives.
(Type the Q number in the search box a www.microsoft.com/technet)

Err Msg When Saving: Network or File Permission Error

Q212347

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by hjs In reply to sending bad packets

There is only two ways to send "bad packets" The software is creating junk or the NIC is bad.

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