When saving to the network drive.

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cubanman

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When saving to the network drive, I get an error that says disk is full. We have plenty of hard drive space.
 
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What operating systems are on the computers.
How is the networking configured.
Did this always happen. If not, what has recently changed.
 

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MS web site was the first place I looked. The temp files are deleted, normal.dot file is OK, its not a novel server and the folder is in a location they can save on. The error pops up randomly. One minute they can save to the server. The next minute someone they can't save to the network with MS office. but they can manual drag and drop the file into the network. I believe it is another program that is causing the problem. we update a program called Abra. that is about the time some user started to have problems saving Office files. Abra is a HR program that uses Fox Pro in the back end. it only happens when saving MS office files.
 
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Can you give the exact error mesage.

Also more information would be helpful such as what operating system is on the computers (see previous posts).
 

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it is a W2K network, and all the workstations are W2K.
I have not seen the error for myself. I hear about it the next day when I go through my messages.

2 Cisco 10/100Mbps switches
2000 advance server
20 PCs at that site
cat 5 cable
 
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