Accessing File Transfer

To use bidirectional high-speed file transfer, you must have Administrator privileges or be granted access by an administrator. Users who don't meet these requirements will see the following error when trying to transfer a file: “DBEnterprise: [1127] Unable to access configuration directory. Please use setup.exe to install DBEnterprise”.

Administrators can use the following procedure to grant users access to bidirectional high-speed file transfer. However, all transfers from an MCP disk by such users will be limited to Indirect Disk.

To grant a user access to file transfer

  1. Log on to Windows as Administrator.
  2. From the Windows Registry Editor, locate the following key:
    • (32-bit OS) HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Attachmate\DATABridge\Enterprise
    • (64-bit OS) HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Attachmate\DATABridge\Enterprise
  3. Right-click Enterprise and choose Permissions.
  4. In the Permissions for Enterprise dialog box, do one of the following:
    • If the group or user you want is listed, select it and for the Full Control setting, select Allow, and then click Advanced.
    • If the group or user you want isn't listed, click Advanced, click Add, add the group or user, and click OK. Then, in the Permissions for Enterprise dialog box, for Full Control, select Allow, and then click OK. Then, click Advanced.
  5. In the Advanced Security Settings for Enterprise dialog box, select Replace all child object permissions with inheritable permissions from this object. When warned about replacing permissions on all descendants of the object, click Yes to continue.
  6. Click OK to exit all dialog boxes and then close the Registry Editor.