Windows Server 2008 R2 Thread, Quark Express doesn't like 2008! in Technical; We upgraded some servers over the summer to 2008 R2 and moved students work folders there. Since then those using ...
15th September 2011, 01:38 PM #1
Quark Express doesn't like 2008!
We upgraded some servers over the summer to 2008 R2 and moved students work folders there. Since then those using Quark Express (v 7.5) always get an error (-34) saying the disk is full when they try to save a file . Their quote has loads of available space so its not that.
I contacted Quark who replied saying Server 2008 is not 'supported' for Quark 7.5 which sounds like a cop-out as its only the SMB share they're accessing - the program is installed on Xp Sp3 machines.
Anyone used this or found a workaround? I can't see how Server 2008 differs that much from 2003 as far as a share goes?
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