You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? Register Help Remember Me? Portal Forum FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Site Leaders Knowledgebase Articles Blogs Resources Consulting Services Training PayPal Donation Advanced Search Forum FYI, this chunk of code, which comes immediately before the error-prone bit above, executes perfectly every time: if not fso.FolderExists("H:\Minecraft\.minecraft\bin\") then if not fso.FolderExists("H:\Minecraft\.minecraft\") then fso.CreateFolder("H:\Minecraft\.minecraft\") end if fso.GetFolder("C:\Minecraft\bin\").Copy "H:\Minecraft\.minecraft\" end weblink
Apparently, that installation routine managed to set the permissions of the file to admin-only (though I looked at the installation routine and didn't see where). Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... ok > Else > Call MsgBox("CopyFile failed") > End If > > HTH > Matthias KlÃ¤y > -- > www.kcc.ch > TomT, Mar 27, 2008 #6 TomT Guest Peter, I Thanks!
like wise the source also is stored in a string. TomT Guest MS Access 2003, running on Vista Ultimate sp1 I'm trying to simply copy a file from one location to another, and get a runtime error 70: Permission Denied. Forum Board FAQ Forum Rules Guidelines for Forum Use FAQ Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Search New Posts Zero Reply Posts Subscribed Threads MrExcel Consulting Advanced Search Subscribe to our monthly newsletter for tech news and trends Membership How it Works Gigs Live Careers Plans and Pricing For Business Become an Expert Resource Center About Us Who We
asked 3 years ago viewed 43006 times active 4 months ago Blog Stack Overflow Podcast #93 - A Very Spolsky Halloween Special Linked 0 Copy a file to destination 0 Window Here is the sub: Public Sub CopyFile() Dim fs As Object Dim isthere As Boolean Set fs = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") isthere = fs.FileExists("c:\Database\Accounting\UpdateAssetMaster.bat") If isthere = True Then fs.CopyFile "c:\Database\Accounting\UpdateAssetMaster.bat", "c:\database" End This is how video conferencing should work! Excel Vba Runtime Error 70 Permission Denied Filecopy Mark Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Excel Help Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Announcements Announcements Introductions VBA Code & Other Help How
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His selected folder path gets put into a String variable SaveAsFilePath. Runtime Error 70 Permission Denied Windows 7 Vb6 Microsoft Access is a very powerful client/server development tool. I tested using FileCopy with a different file than the one I had been using and had no problems doing this under XP as a standard (non-admin) user. Password Home Register Calendar Today's Posts FAQ Free Publications Search Xtreme Visual Basic Talk > Legacy Visual Basic (VB 4/5/6) > General > FileCopy Permission Denied Thread Tools Display Modes
We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. Learn the most practical features and best approaches for ASP.NET. Runtime Error 70 Permission Denied Vba The file that I needed to copy was one that was "installed" by an earlier version of the software I am working on. Filecopy Permission Denied Access Am I forgetting something to declare?
Dev centers Windows Office Visual Studio Microsoft Azure More... I have encountered this issue previously also and was unable to find any resolution...Moreover, most of the time users (including me) thinks that they are using correct syntax for .copyfile/copyfolder methos If no trailing path seperator is in FolderName, Foldername becomes the name of the copied file (which would be created on the desktop). http://wkstech.com/permission-denied/vb6-permission-denied-error.html As shown, if FolderName ends in a path seperator, Foldername must already exist.
ok Else Call MsgBox("CopyFile failed") End If HTH Matthias Kläy -- www.kcc.ch Matthias Klaey, Mar 26, 2008 #3 Peter Yang[MSFT] Guest Hello, You may also want to run as administrator Savecopyas Subscript Out Of Range Thanks for helping narrow it down! –Triz Apr 18 '13 at 17:01 9 "Destination path is a folder, but does not have a trailing backslash." Thanks! –Matt Hanson Jul 23 Thanks once again for this resolution.
Similar Threads FileSystemObject Steph, Jul 14, 2003, in forum: Microsoft Access VBA Modules Replies: 2 Views: 7,145 Steph Jul 14, 2003 'Dim fsoHandle As FileSystemObject' fails Guest, Apr 1, 2004, in The time now is 04:06 PM. The permissions for the file are set for full control for all users. Filesystemobject Copyfile Permission Denied Then execute.
All contents Copyright 1998-2016 by MrExcel Consulting. Using DC in transformers? Wait to open the file until the other process releases it. this content How would I check/fix permissions on the source? (That is, what do they need to be in order to allow a file copy?
I'm using that \bin path for a different part of the script; the options.txt file is indeed located at C:\Minecraft\options.txt. –Triz Apr 18 '13 at 16:28 (Have edited the LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Bookmark & Share Digg this Thread!Add Thread to del.icio.usBookmark in TechnoratiTweet this thread Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode It has that already...) –Triz Apr 18 '13 at 16:50 Nuked the text file, recreated it, and now the script works. Do you have write permissions on the C:\Database folder? -- Dirk Goldgar, MS Access MVP www.datagnostics.com (please reply to the newsgroup) Dirk Goldgar, Mar 26, 2008 #2 Advertisements Matthias Klaey
Why am I getting this error message? Option Compare Database Option Explicit Public fs As FileSystemObject, strOrigDir As String, strDestDir As String Public You may want to check references in code window. I am trying to use the filesystemobject FileCopy command, but get the error "70 - permission denied", even though I have full control permissions on the file and the folder to Remove the write-protection device from the disk or open the file for Input.