I am having the familiar access denied problem when trying to sync files from my XP 64 pc to a USB drive connected to a maxtor shared storage NAS.
I can sync just fine to the maxtor nas network drive but get the following error when attempting to sync to the USB drive attached to the NAS:
Error: Unknown error. Access is denied. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070005 (E_ACCESSDENIED)) Copying FILE_TO_BE_SYNCHED to USB_ON_NAS_BOX_FILE
I can read/write files just fine when connected to the drive on the pc.
Somehow the permissions are ok for the NAS drive but not the usb drive attached to it. I have tried to modify the security level on the USB drive but just get an access is denied error.
Hope someone could help as SyncToy looks like just what I need
14 Answers Found
Can you check this ? Map the USB drive to a drive letter on the XP 64 bit machine and see if you can manually copy a file from the 64 bit box to the USB?
Sorry I didnt make this clear in the original post but when mapped to the usb
drive (via the NAS) on the XP64 pc I can read/write files
It looks like your user does not have full controll of the usb drive. Can you check the USB drive Security properties to verify that your user has full control?
Maria del Mar Alvarez - MSFT
Answer 7As I mentioned the usb should have full control rights as I can both read/write and delete files/folders from explorer. I cant access the drive directly as its connected through the NAS, however there should be full admin rights.
I am having the same problem as Kreeture.
I have an external usb hardrive pluged into the USB port on the back of my BT Home HUB.
This allows me to share music, video etc over my wireless network, this all worls very well with no problems.
I maintane the original files on my WIndows XP SP3 32 bit pc. Whenever I add additional files, I currently manually copy and paste from my PC onto the USB drive. This works ok, I can, from the main PC, copy read write & delete any files from the usb drive.
When I tried using SyncToys I get an error, Access denied. It does however creat any folder structure required on the USB drive, and creates a lot of .tmp files, but failes to copy the actual files over.???
I tested the process copy files from one folder to another on my pc's hardrive and it worled ok.
Anyone help with this??
Thanks in advance
Can you check under which account the sync is working?
Under which user's permissions is the process running.
Trying giving full rights to the user.
Ensure USB drive reg key has following properties:
Hi Soshan, thanks for taking an interest in this.
I have only the one user account, ne and I an full administrator.
I checked the registry key you sugested, I have no "StorageDevicePolicies" in "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control"
Is this the problem?
Can I just create this key and reeboot?
Did this ever figured out? Is there any workaround? I'm having the same problem
with a USB drive
connected to my router (a Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH). I can copy and delete files
on this NAS drive, but SynToy 2.1 gives me the same "Access
is denied" error
when it tries to write to the NAS drive. I even get this when I try to sync
to a folder that I created from the same PC I try to do the sync (well actually Contribute). One twist, I am only getting this error with my Notebook
PC -- but not my Desktop PC (which SyncToy seems to work fine
with the NAS).
BTW, my desktop is running XP while my notebook is running 7. I connected my notebook to the router via a wired connection, and I still get the "access is denied" error. So the problem I am seeing with SyncToy 2.1 (and NAS drives) seem
to only be with Windows 7 -- and not XP. Or perhaps it is an issue with the 64-bit version of SyncToy (which I am running with 7) and the 32-bit version (that I am running with XP). Either way, I'm hoping version 2.2 is released soon AND that it
corrects this problem!
Same problem here. I have a Hammer N1200 NAS configured as RAID 0. I use (or hope to use) a USB SATA drive as a backup. SyncToy 2.1 fails to synchronize most new files.
The Hammer drive seems to be running Linux.
I run SyncToy from a WinXP workstation. I have tried full path names as well as mapped drives, both modes result in the same failures.
Error: Unknown error. Access is denied (Exception from HResult:0x80070005(E_ACCESSDENIED))
Error: Unknown error. Access is denied (Exception from HResult:0x80070005(E_ACCESSDENIED))
I've tried both Synchronize and Contribute modes. Both fail in the same manner.
Long time no answers?
I have the same problem under Win7 32bit, trying to Echo from a Public Share on my NAS to a USB 1TB disk drive attached to it (Both WD). Like Bugss the folder structure was created, but no files were copied. Ie was logged in as an account with
admn prives, but the permissions on the folders did not include me specifically.
I have copied a lot from C: to the same drive using SyncToy.
If I find an answer I will post it here.
I have only one problem using a Western Digital MyBook Drive attached to my Belkin N+ Router. However, SyncToy 2.1 can't seem to get files to write to the MyBook Drive. Message in Log - Error: Unknown error. Access is denied. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070005 (E_ACCESSDENIED)) Copying .......
I can copy, move and delete files between the MyBook and four computers on the network. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Looked all over for a solution.Cannot find one.
I am new at this toy and have 2 questions.
I will try to sync two folders. One is on my USB external drive (2TB) and the other is one of the folder in network (T:\share\ folder for example).
1. Will this work fine?
2. If network drive is disconnected or crashed by accident, then what will happen on synced folder on USB external drive?
Thank you in advance.
I need to syncronize two PCs: one is WorkPC (it's at my
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and I use a USB-FLASH drive for curring data between work and home PCs.
In this case - StncToy doesn't working correctly!!!
I create an equal folders on my WorkPC and on the USB-Flash drive and
syncronizing it by SyncToy2 - all is correct. But when I go home and
try to syncronize this folder on USB-Flash with equal folder on my
HomePC - then SyncToy performs complete overvriting for each file and
folder, but all of this is equal to files on WorkPC and not was
changed. In this situation I using SyncToy2 installed both: my WorkPC
and HomePC. On WorkPC was crearted one folder pair to syncronize a
folder from Work HDD with Folder on Flash, and on HomePC also installed
SyncToy with folder pair to syncronize one folder on home HDD with that
USB-Flash folder which was syncronized to work folder.
situation when users needs to syncronize two remote PCs by using USB
Flash drive, is very - very often, and I need help: how it can be
done?? If SyncToy not supporting this mode now, is it can be improved
in next version to address this need?
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