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Old 02-28-2007
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Access
Why when I try to change anything in a folder do I get a
access denied. How do I turn this off.
Dennis
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Old 02-28-2007
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Which folders? We need this information because some folders in Vista have
special properties.
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"Dennis" wrote:

> Why when I try to change anything in a folder do I get a
> access denied. How do I turn this off.
> Dennis

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Old 02-28-2007
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Re: Access

I have a similar, if not the same error.

I have some folders on the desktop and some in my documents that I
cannot rename, move or delete!

I try to do a file action on it and I get a 'Are you sure?' dialogue.

I click yes, then I get a 'You need to confirm this operation' box with
a continue button with the UAC shield on it.

I click continue and I get a box to elevate to admin level, I enter my
admin password and it goes away. The file transfer box pops up for
about 2 seconds and then 'you need permission to perform this action'
pops up, and i have retry and cancel.

No matter how many yimes you hit retry, it won't go away until you
cancel.

My drives are gonna get full in about a week at this rate!

Any ideas?


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Old 02-28-2007
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Re: Access

Just thought of something. I tried deleting the contents first and it
worked. Then it let me delete the folder without needing any
permissions or any other dialogues.

Weird. Can anyone help me solve this mystery?


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