Network share permission not updating
Just enabling the network discovery and file sharing doesn’t mean the computers on your network will have access to all your files automatically.You need to manually share the item, which can be a folder or a drive.When Dropbox skips the file, the status message in your Dropbox menu (from the system tray or menu bar) will report that the file is in use.Applications lock files to prevent conflicts from occurring when the file is opened from one or more locations.For that, follow these steps: Step 1: Right-click on the item that you want to share. Step 3: Enable Share this folder and click on Apply followed by Ok. That is, others can only view the folder and cannot modify it.To change the permissions, click on Permissions and alter them as per your need.If this doesn't solve the issue, your settings may be protected or inaccessible due to a permissions problem.If this is the case, you can remove your settings using an administrative account.
These errors may appear on the Dropbox folder on your computer, or on the Dropbox icon in the system tray or menu bar. Notes before you get started If you have two nearly identical file names, you may see a "Whitespace conflict." A whitespace conflict means that two files names are identical except that one has an extra space at the end of the file name.
For example, Microsoft Office (Word, Power Point, Excel, etc...) typically locks its files while they are open.