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Could not write lines to file is denied. Visual Studio 2005

Error 11 Could not write lines to file "obj\Activities.csproj.FileList.txt". Access to the path 'D:\StarTeam\Activities\obj\Activities.csproj.FileList.txt' is denied. Activities
Issue: As you can see, MSBuild is trying to write to the *.vbproj.FileList.txt file in the \obj folder, but access is denied. If you look at this file on disk, you will notice that it is marked as read-only. No big deal, just turn off the read-only flag. You do this and rebuild, but the build passes. Very good! You go home with a nice case of the "warm fuzzies" and sleep like a baby. In the morning you come in to the office to find that the nightly build broke with the same exception. You look at the *.vbproj.FileList.txt file and it is read-only on the build machine. You scratch your head and let out a expletives and then delete the entire \obj folder. Then the nightly build is run again and if fails again damn it! Oh look, the *.vbproj.FileList.txt file is back to read-only. Sound…

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