Reply Frank says: October 13, 2012 at 12:52 pm Thanks, this saved me a ton of time as I had accidentally messed up my main/drive C: permissions while messing around under the remaining arguments are similar and are not included in this message... BarleySinger Utterly Annoying. This partially solved the problem and at least let me get access to the entire Dropbox directory again. Source
There are two points I would like to query here. All was back the way it should be, then these two are there today. Regards. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Clarification Request Any other solutions? https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-security/folder-and-file-permissions-changed-in-windows-10/38bb51a5-8cfb-4349-b635-0fdae1287eb0?auth=1
This would be risky, but since you're resetting permissions and ownership anyway, this goes away once you finish. However, I am an Ergonomist and routinely evaluate usability of software. IIRC, I could setup an XP SP2 system, possibly even with SP3 and no later updates, and it'd ignore these pesky permissions. Also make sure you do not delete your temp files first or you will lose all of that.
My computer on Windows XP. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Mostafa Zare says: November 6, 2012 at 8:50 am Tanx a million. Error Applying Security Windows 10 Still can't delete.
Even if you are an administrator on your computer and Administrator permissions has all checkboxes checked.... Windows 10 Restore Default Permissions gives an error ms saying "cannot unlock, some other processes are still locking it" But wasn't that the point!!!! I understand the need for higher security, I use basic account for everyday work and an Admin account for installing software or to config system. http://www.laptopmag.com/articles/windows-10-settings-to-change Philip I can't unlock a specific folder in Win7.
you might not have permission to use this network resource. You Must Have Read Permissions To View The Properties Of This Object Depending on how large each of those folders are, it could take a few seconds up to a few hours. permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]ilmmec[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)I fear i have to do the same thing. There are some files and folders that are meant only for Administrators to access, if you are not an administrator then you cannot access it and will instead get Access Denied
Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (1) Collapse - Now let's pivot to the fixes found so far. see this here Thinking that me (administrator) and SYSTEM should be enough I lost access to my C drive again. (sorry Nick, I didn't leave the dogs sleep) But why should EVERY hacker have Windows 10 Access Denied Apparantly, I'm not seeing the correlation between the folder in question and the command prompt to use. Windows 10 Folder Permissions Open WaitToKillServiceTimeout. 4.
By the way, in the .BAT file I cited this blog since it's where I got the method; hope you don't mind. http://ksresource.net/windows-10/domain-user-login-not-remembering-desktop-settings.html anyhow, i hope the above solution works for someone. Ann I'm not sure I understand the distinction. By now it would be stupid to be happy. Windows 10 Failed To Enumerate Objects In The Container
For My documents, My Music and other user related files, change to: 2. if I double click to open a file it freezes. Yesterday, "Slimcleaner" was installed without my knowledge. http://ksresource.net/windows-10/drive-letter-partition-was-changed-after-clean-install.html Set the value to 2000 and click Ok.
Thanks esskay It does not work for me either. Takeownershipex There are various methods to Take Ownership. I loved your advice.
Win7SucksHooray Nope. No idea how the file got locked by norton, been accessing it all day. Can someone send it to me, please? Take Ownership Of Drive Windows 10 this is a protected space where apps cannot ( or are at least prevented if possible ) from pro-grammatically intercepting UAC prompts ( such as automatically answering prompts to install (
Once again, thanks very much. Only I've noticed that who ever I change the owner of the file to, the error changes as well."You need permission to perform this actionYour require permission from *Insert File Owner's only have 2 choices..1024 or 800? http://ksresource.net/windows-10/computer-doesnt-remember-settings.html The stupid OS won't give you access to the files, and you have so spend a LOT of time granting accesses just to archive something.
Very suspicious no?. Gotta say, this has to be one of the most patronising issues within any iteration of Windows - it's like its just patting you on the head every time that bleeding Reply mendel says: July 28, 2011 at 11:42 pm nice one! To quote John McEnroe: You can`t be serious!
And now my problem is solved, much appreciated. You know what. - Start Windows in safe mode and delete the #@!*#! Reply lallousx86 says: December 31, 2012 at 8:51 pm Hi Li, Just type the following form an administrator command prompt: icacls SPACE * SPACE /T SPACE /Q SPACE /C SPACE /RESET click the 'full control' checkbox under 'allow.' OK it.12.