|What is the difference between system rights/permissions and user rights/permissions in Windows XP?|
I have a "*****server.exe" file whose process runs normally under the user "SYSTEM" (as indicated in the Task Manager). It's responsible (I think) to copy/write files from another PC (either win7 or XP) to the server PC (must be XP), but the process fails unless I run the *****server.exe in debug mode. In debug mode this process runs under current user; ex: user = "Tim Jones" as indicated in the Task Manager. In this mode (command window) the file copy/write process does not fail.
So my question is why would this process fail when it's running under system account, but succeed under the current user account?
The input/output folders are given all the sharing permissions I can possibly think of... unless I missed something- which is possible.
I really need some help. I've been trying to get this process running for two straight weeks, and the manufacturer of the product "doesn't do networking". I'm due for a meltdown, and sending a blistering review to the president of the manufacturer.
Thanks for the help!