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CallbackFS: VCL example gives access denied

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#3111
Created: 06/11/2007 06:55:33
by Jaco Blommerde (Basic support level)
Registration date: 06/11/2007
Total messages: 3

I'm trying to run the VCL-example included in the CbFS bundle with Borland Delphi. With that sample mounter app I can sucessfully load the driver, but when I hit the Mount-button, I always get an "access denied" error. Inspecting the code, the FCbFS.CreateStorage method raises the exception. What to do?
#3113
Created: 06/11/2007 08:20:01
by Keith Giddings (Basic support level)
Registration date: 05/18/2007
Total messages: 8

You do have a 'C:\1' directory on your machine don't you? (That was the first mistake I made :-). The second was I already had a Z drive so it wouldn't add the mount point.).

Regards
Keith
#3114
Created: 06/11/2007 08:47:36
by Jaco Blommerde (Basic support level)
Registration date: 06/11/2007
Total messages: 3

Thank you for your quick reply Keith. It doesn't matter which directory I try to mount or which drive letter I choose to be the mounted drive, it keeps on giving the same error.
#3115
Created: 06/11/2007 09:59:37
by Keith Giddings (Basic support level)
Registration date: 05/18/2007
Total messages: 8

Sorry don't know then as when I downloaded it and compiled it up, it worked fine.
#3120
Created: 06/12/2007 04:55:52
by Eugene Mayevski (EldoS Corp.)

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Jaco Blommerde wrote:
I'm trying to run the VCL-example included in the CbFS bundle with Borland Delphi. With that sample mounter app I can sucessfully load the driver, but when I hit the Mount-button, I always get an "access denied" error. Inspecting the code, the FCbFS.CreateStorage method raises the exception. What to do?


Have you received and specified the license key (either trial or registered)?


Sincerely yours,
Eugene Mayevski
#3133
Created: 06/13/2007 07:54:51
by Jaco Blommerde (Basic support level)
Registration date: 06/11/2007
Total messages: 3

Thank you Eugene, I am now able to mount a directory. It seems that I used the wrong license key.
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