Ever since then, one of our file servers has not allowed
users to open or copy any file, even when it claims that they have
rights to it.
I forgot to mention a couple of the details. Sorry. :)
When trying to put things into a folder that I have rights to
write to, I get:
"You cannot copy some of these items to the destination because
their names are too long for the destination. Do you want to skip
copying these items and continue copying the other items?"
This even happens if I only try to copy "Passenger.dmg" to the server.
If I try to take a file on the server and copy it to the
desktop, I get:
"Sorry, the operation could not be completed because an unexpected
(Error code -50)."
Any help would be appreciated.
What happens when you use the shell rather than the stupid Finder?
Has the remote filesystem be repaired?
Does the remote filesystem have appropriate freespace in the
filesystem and ancillary filesytems used by the OS or appropriate
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