Two computers named ComputerA and ComputerB, both running Windows 10. Both running on a LAN. Normal Windows file sharing is working correctly.
Both running portable Syncthing v1.18.6 with SyncTrayzor v1.1.29. No problems with the computers communicating, nor Syncthing connecting them, nor ComputerA shared folder (“FolderA”) being setup on ComputerB.
Files on ComputerA are placed into FolderA. ComputerB detects out-of-sync. Files are copied as .tmp files to ComputerB but the Syncthing cannot rename them:
[55S57] 17:57:00 INFO: Puller (folder “FolderA” (dymfc-mpjar), item “Doc1.odt”): syncing: rename \?\C:\Users\ComputerB\Documents\SyncThing\FolderA~syncthing~Doc1.odt.tmp \?\C:\Users\ComputerB\Documents\SyncThing\FolderA\Doc1.odt: Access is denied.
[55S57] 17:57:00 INFO: Puller (folder “FolderA” (dymfc-mpjar), item “Doc1.pdf”): syncing: rename \?\C:\Users\ComputerB\Documents\SyncThing\FolderA~syncthing~Doc1.pdf.tmp \?\C:\Users\ComputerB\Documents\SyncThing\FolderA\Doc1.pdf: Access is denied.
[55S57] 17:57:00 INFO: “FolderA” (dymfc-mpjar): Failed to sync 2 items
Permissions on the folder and files are thoroughly correct - SYSTEM, ComputerB, Administrators all have Full control. (Just for good measure, I added “Everyone” with the same rights on both computers’ files and folder.)
A similar topic from last month (“not syncing only creating tmp files”) was never resolved. That one seemed to have a Google Drive issue in it. There is no Google Drive / Google Sync on my machines.