User: DriveHQ Webmaster - 8/23/2006 12:35:19 PM
User: hrvisuals - 8/23/2006 5:39:46 AM
User: DriveHQ Webmaster - 8/20/2006 12:12:01 AM
Hi, were you uploading to your own folder, or to a shared folder by others?
If it's a folder shared by others, then you need to check with the folder owner if he had granted you the permission. You can also try to delete the file(s) from IE or DriveHQ FileManager 3.0. Please let us know if it happens again. You can also send emails to email@example.com.
When using the upload function from the webinterface I too have problems overwriting files. It's my own storage directory so I should have permission, don't I ?
Well, this is a design issue. Our designers believe files should not be overwritten without confirmation; and somehow they have not implemented confirmation on the web Interface. But anyway, you can easily delete the existing files before you upload again.
Another alternative is to use our DriveHQ FileManager 3.0. It is an incredibly good application, packed with lots of excellent features, incl: Drag&drop downloading huge amount of data reliably; compressed upload/download; folder encryption; folder synchronization, etc. Take a look at the thumbnails if you are not sure.
"Well, this is a design issue. Our designers believe files should not be overwritten without confirmation; and somehow they have not implemented confirmation on the web Interface."
So...,that's a bug that's going to be fixed isn't it ?
"But anyway, you can easily delete the existing files before you upload again."
That's not very convenient.And if the access denied from the start of this thread has the same cause you don't want to hand-delete hundreds of files when updating your storage through FTP.
And you can't use Filemanager when you're on a company network and don't have the rights to install software as I sometimes am when working for clients at their office location.