Hi there - hope someone can help. I have a network of windows
xp using windows 2000 server.
I have used a key to connect to our website successfully and
believe that the settings created upon connection are stored in the
Local Settings folder (stored in Documents and Settings of that
user). I have copied the User Profile to the server and copied the
Local Settings folder as well. The same network user can then use
that profile from the server (as the local version was removed )to
connect to the website using that key. However, a different user in
the same group, with same permissions, gets a message "Access
Denied. The file may not exist, or there could be a permission
Does anyone know what Contribute requires to make a
connection? Running the key direct produces the same error.
The user has full control over its Documents and Settings