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Files are saved to a CD for backup but will not open after they have been burned to the CD. Error message reads "You do not have sufficient permissions to the specified folder. To use QuickBooks in a multi-user environment, you must have read/write access and create/delete rights to the folder where the company file is stored. Full permission has been given, but the message still pops up.

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The files are set to read only on the CD. If you would like to open them, please copy / paste the files to your PC and open them from there.

To rectify this in the future, please set the file permissions on the files before you burn them, and remoce the Read Only attribute.

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