Jerry, don't see a reply to this.  Have you checked the authorities on the
file?  I've had similar messages when *PUBLIC has *RX access to directories
or files and I wasn't using the owning profile to do the replace of the
file.  Another thought is to check the user profile involved for a storage
maximum in the user profile.

On Friday, 12/14/2001 at 11:29 PST, "Jerome Draper" <jdraper@trilosoft.com>
wrote:
> We get this Window message when we try to copy a very large file (600k)
to a
> mapped drive using Netserver.  The message is "Cannot create or replace
> <filename>.  The specified network resource or device is no longer
> available".
>
> Is there a file size limitation or can the resource be enlarged?
>
> Jerry

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