As per Microsoft: "Possible reasons why Windows cannot copy this file include: a network connectivity problem, a file copy error, the failure of an application to release file handles on the roaming user profile files on the server, or incorrect permissions on the user's profile folders". See MSW2KDB
for more details on this event.
As per Microsoft: "This issue may occur if the NetApp Filer has timing problems and returns incorrect SMB status codes. To resolve this issue, update the NetApp Filer to ONTAP Release 6.4.1D16". See ME826379
for more details.
From a newsgroup post: "Try the following steps to troubleshoot this issue:
1. Please check that uses have Full Control permission to the shared folders.
3. Please try to install the hotfix based on ME826379
4. If the problem happens on certain clients, please try the User Profile Hive Cleanup tool from MS (see the link below).
5. If the problem happens on all computers, I recommend you to check the Group Policy and the shared folder.
To check the Group Policy:
a. Open GPMC.msc.
b. Right click the "Small Business Server Folder Redirection" GOP and click Edit.
c. Go to User Configuration/Windows Settings/Folder Redirection/My Documents, and My Pictures.
d. They should be configured to be redirected to
\\sbsserver\users\%username%\my documents and
\\sbsserver\users\%username%\my documents\My Pictures.
To check the shared folder's permission, follow the instructions in ME274443