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11-03-2008, 12:29 PM #2 boblarson Former Moderator Join Date: Jan 2001 Location: Oregon, USA Posts: 32,482 cristobal03, Jun 6, 2007 #7 glisando Joined: Jun 1, 2007 Messages: 15 Hi...

Loading... In the 'Group or user names' section, I clicked on the user name and in the 'Permissions for user' section I clicked on the 'Allow' box for 'write' (Read & Execute, Just to see I gave them full permissions to everything and they still get the same error message. http://gsbook.org/lock-file/ms-access-could-not-lock-file.php Although I logged in as a domain admin or a domain user with admin rights on this computer , I decided to give myself specific Windows 7 permissions to that folder

Those issues there cover 99% of the problems with multi-user access to a DB file. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Then with everyone out of the app, make sure there are no .LDB files hanging about (if so, delete them). What should I do?

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dfriend846, Sep 13, 2005 #1 Sponsor dfriend846 Thread Starter Joined: Aug 11, 2005 Messages: 203 Here's an answer to the above problem: The users who had problems opening Access had In my 2005 note I referred to the Write priveleges of the folder on the network. With 100+ people using the DB you reallyshould consider converting to a split DB. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy!

Under the 'Group or user names' section I see a list of names. It works in every cell! On each PC, in Windows Explorer, accessing the mapped network drive, all levels also display Full Control. Any ideas?

I think the Access User Level security is causing the problem. And I dont have the right to complain about it. Below in the 'Permissions for 'Staff Name' ' section, I can see the types of permission given to each individual user. When a database is shared, and a user goes to open it.