The problem is most likely due to that MOSS uses impersonation
. It tries to access the dictionary txt file using the user account which is logged with its windows credentials and is not admin and for that reason the file is inaccessible.
We recommend that you grant read / write permissions to the en-US-Custom.txt file for the everyone user, which will solve the problem.
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