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2 Errors I can't figure out: "Item is not modifiable" & "The following files coul

2 Errors I can't figure out: "Item is not modifiable" & "The following files coul

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The First Error:

While trying to baseline, I receive this error:



The confusing part is that we have ownership of the component, and our access looks like this:



We have the same access to other components that baseline just fine with the same baseline settings.
Please let me know if you have any ideas how to make it work.

The Second Error:

While trying to send a part to NX, I receive this error:



This error normally appears if I'm trying to send a part I don't have ownership of to NX. I do have ownership of the part I'm getting the error for. It is a subassembly that contains two components, both of which send to NX just fine.
Please let me know if you have any ideas how to fix this.

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