hi all,

when i'm trying to edit seq'd application using App-v seq 4.6 sp1, i'm getting error 5 access denied.

*. I have seq'd app using app-v 4.6 seq sp1.

plz help on.
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Hiho,

do you try to open it directly from the content folder?
Try to use a local copy instead.

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Answered 02/06/2012 by: vkleiner
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Thanks for replay vkleiner.

sorry, what is "local copy instead" mean, i didn't get you, could u please explain once..

what i'm doing doing here..

1. i have seq's app using app-v 4.6 sp1(VM-win7) and copied seq'd folder to base machine.
2. i am reverting VM-win7 and Copying same folder to VM-win7 desktop from base machine desktop.
3.after that i am trying to open .sprj file using app-v seq 4.6sp1 , i'm getting error like "Couldn't open xxxxx.Sprj file ,error 5 Access denied"

any solution for this
Answered 02/07/2012 by: appinstall
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Hi appinstall,

I mean a local copy of the package as you done it already.
Verify the properties of the .sprj file - may it is set to readonly.

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Answered 02/08/2012 by: vkleiner
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i have checked .sprj file properties, there read-only check box is unchecked.!

any?
Answered 02/08/2012 by: appinstall
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Did you check also the other files?

I could generate the error by set all files of the package as read only.
Im my test, the error 5 came up at the sft file.

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Answered 02/08/2012 by: vkleiner
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thanks'

yes it's .sft file problem. .sft properties checked read-only checkbox, so i have unchecked and tested , now i can able to edit seq'd app..

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Answered 02/08/2012 by: appinstall
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