"The operation could not be completed because you do not have enough access privileges."

There are three possible causes for this.

1. If you are using a network home folder, make sure that your domain account has not met the disk quota available to you. There is a known issue where if your home folder grows in size and nears, or has reached, the amount of hard disk space alloted to your domain account, you will not receive a disk quota warning. Instead, once the disk quota is met, you will no longer be able to save files to your home folder.

2. If your home folder was recently moved to a different location, make sure that your domain account is the owner of your home directory.

3. If you are using a local home folder, and login to different domains, make sure that the username for your domain account is not identical on more than one domain. The name of your home folder will be the same as the username you use to login to the domain. The first time you login to your domain, your domain account for that domain will be the owner of the home folder. If you login to another domain using the same username, ADmitMac will try to use the home folder from the previous login.

Because the accounts are different, the new domain account will not be the owner of the home folder and will not have the necessary permissions for it. However, this new domain account will not be the owner of this home folder.