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Macro Export error 3027 (but works manually!)

Macro Export error 3027 (but works manually!)
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I have An Access app that has been moved from one domain to another and also converted from 97 to 2003.

A macro runs the TransferText command with the following arguments:
Transfer Type = Export Fixed Width
Specification Name = B123 (spec name does exist)
Table Name = CPB059
File Name = T:\reports\B123.FIL
Has Field Names = No

When it gets to this point execution stops with error 3027
"Cannot update Object or database is read only".

However, no files or folders are read-only, in fact access is full control.
Also, if I manually export a text file from that table it works
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