I would suggest you to save the file to some other location for e.g desktop or any other location except network drive and then check whether you still get the same error or not.
It could be something related to permissions of the network drive which is not letting you perform the mentioned task.
You could try saving it desktop and then try to fill&sign the document.
I checked the network drive and its security permissions. My user has "Full Control" permissions to this folder. Should be no reason that permission would be the problem. Any other reasons why this could be happening?
We are having the exact same issue? Does anyone have a fix. If we try and save the file to a network location we get the error. If we save locally we do not have this issue. Can anyone confirm if this might be caused by DFSR? We are replicating the folders and wondering if that might be the problem.
Having the same problem. Just started with upgrade to Acrobat DC.
We are having the same issue. Win7x64 (Professional and Enterprise), using both Adobe Reader 11.0.13, and Adobe Reader DC.
We have tried saving the file to other locations (including local folders such as the Desktop and Documents folder).
It is not a permissions issue (user has full read/write rights to the folders). The problem happens much more often with files on network shares (both direct shared folders, and folders mapped to a DFS target), but not exclusively. The problem does not occur 100% of the time either.
Sometimes a user can restart and sign the exact same file sucessfully, but then the next file (in the same folder) will fail (both attempting to overwrite the pdf file, or save it to a new filename or path).