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Can't Run Shared File with X-Permission from EMS Wksta

Article ID: 100515

Article Last Modified on 9/30/2003


  • Microsoft LAN Manager 2.2 Standard Edition

This article was previously published under Q100515


Trying to execute a file from a shared resource on server with X-permission ONLY, and using expanded memory, on an MS-DOS workstation causes this error:

Cannot execute <filename> : for MS-DOS version 5.0
Access Denied" : for MS-DOS version 6.0


This is caused when EMM386.SYS (or .EXE) with the RAM option tries to run a file from a LAN Manager 2.2 MS-DOS workstation that uses expanded memory.


If you change the RAM option to NOEMS, this error does not occur.

Or, turn off the use of expanded memory with the option "LIM=NO" in the [workstation] section of LANMAN.INI. The EMM386 driver then works fine with options RAM and NOEMS.

Another solution is to add a (R)ead permission to the share drive: if the share drive has both (R)ead and e(X)ecute permissions, no error occurs.

Additional query words: 2.20 2.2 2.10a 2.1a 2.10 2.1 EMM386 X-permission xpermission

Keywords: KB100515