Are you logged on with the network ID that you have been given for permission? If the permissions are not correct,...
do you have administrative rights on that machine? If not, contact the administrator responsible for that machine. If so, who is the data owner of the files in question? It may be that you, even if you are the administrator, should not be able to obtain access to the files. Finally, if rights management has been set up, contact the individual responsible for setting them on these files to determine if you should have the right to the files and how to do so.
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