Money cannot locate ‘%1’ or cannot open it, possibly because it is a read-only file or you do not have permission to change it or your disk drive is write protected. If you have chosen the correct file and it cannot be accessed, you will need to click OK and open your most recent backup file. If the file is being used by another application, close it in the other application and click OK to try again.

Details
Product: Money
Event ID: 2111
Source: mnyob99
Version: 12.0
Symbolic Name: errAccessDenied
Message: Money cannot locate ‘%1’ or cannot open it, possibly because it is a read-only file or you do not have permission to change it or your disk drive is write protected.

If you have chosen the correct file and it cannot be accessed, you will need to click OK and open your most recent backup file.

If the file is being used by another application, close it in the other application and click OK to try again.

   
Explanation
The low-level database code was unable to open the file and returned an access-denied value.
   
User Action
Check to see if the file is marked as read-only.

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Money cannot locate ‘%1’ or cannot open it, possibly because it is a read-only file or you do not have permission to change it or your disk drive is write protected. If you have chosen the correct file and it cannot be accessed, you will need to click OK and open your most recent backup file. If the file is being used by another application, close it in the other application and click OK to try again.

Details
Product: Money
Event ID: 2111
Source: obres
Version: 14.0
Symbolic Name: errAccessDenied
Message: Money cannot locate ‘%1’ or cannot open it, possibly because it is a read-only file or you do not have permission to change it or your disk drive is write protected. If you have chosen the correct file and it cannot be accessed, you will need to click OK and open your most recent backup file. If the file is being used by another application, close it in the other application and click OK to try again.
   
Explanation
The low-level database code was unable to open the file and returned an access-denied value.
   
User Action
Check to see if the file is marked as read-only.

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Process (PID=). Received LDAP error 0x from Directory Server due toKerberos ticket timeout.

Details
Product: Exchange
Event ID: 2111
Source: MSExchangeDSAccess
Version: 6.5.6940.0
Component: Microsoft Exchange Directory Access Cache
Message: Process <process name> (PID=<number>). Received LDAP error 0x<error code> from Directory Server <server name> due toKerberos ticket timeout.
   
Explanation

This event will be seen if Diagnostics Logging on the LDAP category of DSAccess is set to Minimum for the server. This event indicates that DSAccess terminated the existing Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) connection because the Kerberos ticket expired. The user operation will be retried, and the domain controller will still be used by DSAccess.

   
User Action

If these events are logged once every 10 hours, which is a normal lifetime period for a Kerberos ticket, they can be safely ignored. If these events are logged too often, check the expiration period in your Kerberos policy. It could be that the settings have been incorrectly changed. If tickets expire too often (several times an hour), this puts an additional load on the Active Directory servers and may cause performance degradation.

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