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Network: Destination Folder Access Denied

Hi.I have Vista and XP, when I try get files from XP`s PC to Vista's laptop anytimes (.zip files) shows this: "Destination Folder Access Denied – You need permissions to perform this action"

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Make sure

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I think your files may be encrypted

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