Today when we were testing it again. The end user noted the time was off. I had fixed the time before on the DC and it worked for a few days. They have three server. Today I checked each. The servers were different by a couple of minutes. I fixed all to be as close to the time as I could. It works. I believe the answer: "Check all servers have the correct time."
win10 version 10.0.19041.450 cannot overwrite a file.
Since I upgrade from Windows 7 to Win10 I cannot overwrite a file on a network drive. We have a process we download everyday and it creates a file with the same name as the day before. Before the upgrade it would write over the file from the prior day. This is what I want it to do. Since the upgrade I need to either delete the file prior to running the process, rename it or change the name prior to writing it.
How can I just overwrite like I have in the past. I have verified all of the rights. My user is a local Administrator and they have full rights to the file on the network share. We have many users doing this same process and I'm sure it will become an issue for others. Is this a Win10 security issue?