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CCMO Exercise 8, Part 3, Step 7&8

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08-06-2014

Again I am behind the curve but I am wondering if anyone else got the following error. The question then is how do we give write permission to Campaign? I would assume this is an issue when Campaign writes an output to a server.

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Hi Dave, The issue here is that Adobe Campaign is trying to write to a Read-only folder with restricted access. You should include the file path in the download file name or it will try to write to the installation folder. So try changing the file "name" to a file in the Downloads folder for example.

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