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By Borg7of9 ·
I copy a folder with files from one workstation to a shared drive, then from another computer I copy from the sgaed drive back to a the workstation, and on some files I get "sharing violation" and of course there can be none, all I am doing is moving files, and no one else is on the network. How can this be happening? The server is using active directory. If I try and copy the files a few minutes later it works fine. I would like to understand what is going on here!!!

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by Borg7of9 In reply to Sharing Violation

I stand corrected, I still get a sharing violation, but only on one file this time. also to copy to the server is very fast, and when I am copying the same files from the server it is very slow. Its as if the server needs time to process the "copy" this is driving me crazy

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by opatzg In reply to Sharing Violation

There must be a caching or buffering problem of some sort. See what you can do to cache only your reads and force writes.

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by Borg7of9 In reply to Sharing Violation

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by Borg7of9 In reply to Sharing Violation

Thats along the lines I was thinking, but how do I do it?

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