One valid reason that I could think of to show a red X icon and confirmation together would be if you didn't have access to that particular feature/document/whatever in SharePoint (hence, red X), but if it automatically submitted a request to the SharePoint site owner for you to get access to that particular feature/document/whatever (hence, confirmation).
It's clear that this dialog needs some work, since it's presenting you with contradictory information. If my guess is correct, then the dialog needs to explain why you weren't able to complete the task that you wanted to do. It's nice of them to try to address the issue by automatically submitting the request, but that shouldn't show up as a confirmation. If this were the case, one better way to convey this to the user could be the following:
You are unable to access document.docx. Your request to access
document.docx has been forwarded to the owner of this SharePoint,
This tells you the reason for the failure, what was automatically done about it, and even tells you who the owner of the SharePoint site is so that you can contact them yourself if needed to explain why you need access to that document.