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You need permission to perform ...You need permission to perform this action" you can only click 'RETRY. ... http://www.chicagotech.net/netforums...php?p=923&sid=
"Destination Folder Access Denied"You need permission to perform this action" you can only click 'RETRY.' or 'CANCEL'....of course 'RETRY' just repeats the error window and 'CANCEL' removes ...
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<email@example.com> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org oups.com...
I'm a domain administrator and I'm setting up my first Vista
workstation. I'm trying to copy a users favorites and my documents to
the new pc. I'm logging in as domain admin into the vista machine and
I have browsed to the users pc by \\pcname\c$ and I'm trying to copy
the files to a local folder I created called Temp. When I paste it
will copy some files but some ".jpg" files and some ".url" files will
come back with the error "Destination folder : you need permission to
perform this action" Any ideas, I've tried disabling UAC and took
ownership of the folder I created I don't see how the destination
folder could care what is being put in it????