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# 868 3-Jan-2004 08:30
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i'm playing with two laptops equipped with the identiacl BT adaptors.

both computers are paired, both see each other, both have BT devices configured identically
however, it works only one way -- i can "open" / "send" files to the BT exchange folder on only one of the computers but never the other way round.

when i try to use my other computer as server it says "server error" or "error copying files" all the time, even though the client shows the successful connection message.

i guess somehting's wrong with the settings of the laptop that prevent from using it as a server.
any ideas what's wrong / how it could be fixed?

thanks

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# 2610 3-Jan-2004 10:37
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I can think of these things:

  • You can try unchecking the Secure Connection box in both File Transfer service configuration.
  • Perhaps the folder set as default does not exist there?
  • The current user does not have Write permissions on this folder?
  • An antivirus preventing this file to be received?
  • Firewall software?






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    # 2611 3-Jan-2004 11:44
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    thanx mauricio

    it has been as simple as that -- just needed to assign write permissions to the bluetooth exchange folder. somehow didn't come to my mind to do that earlier

    it worx excellent now

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