This is a result of the AA file not unzipping correctly either because the program is being blocked or access to the folder where the files are unzipped to is being denied.
Full Admin rights to the folders on the server are required:
Have your IT person check that you have full admin rights to all the WinMORE3 folders and subfolders. You must have full read/write privileges to this folder from all computers running WinMORE.
To check to see if the file is blocked:
Navigate to the WinMORE3 folder, locate the fbzip.exe file and right click.
In the bottom of the properties window, look for a button to “unblock” the program.
Ask your local IT person to ensure exceptions have been entered in the MCA computer antivirus to ignore the WinMORE3 folder.
To enable "Run as Administrator":
Right click the WinMORE shortcut
Go to the Shortcut tab and click Advanced
Check the Run as Administrator checkbox
Repeat these steps for each instance of the WinMORE shortcut on each computer running WinMORE. Be sure to check the monitor desktop icons and the pinned application bar on your monitor.
Ask your local IT person to ensure exceptions have been entered in the computer's antivirus to ignore the WinMORE3 folder.
Real Time Backup Programs:
If you have any real-time backup programs that could be accessing WinMORE files during the day, you need to set the backups to only occur while you are not working in WinMORE. WinMORE not being able to access its own files because they are in use by another program is a concern that can cause major data corruption.