Re: Trouble with permisions
Thanks, yeah I was directed to that article and was able to overcome my
problem This computer however, came new with Vista installed (I hope).
Windows Vista Home Premium 64-BIT SP1
Intel Core 2 Duo CPU T5550 @ 1.83GHz
4.00 GB RAM
300 GB HDD
"Gordon" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> "Ed H" <edandsandy@NOSPAMcomcast.net> wrote in message
>> This is a strange one. I have two users accounts. #1 is an administrator
>> account, password protected, that I use when necessary and I also want to
>> keep others out of it. #2 is a standard account for all our general
>> purposes. I was trying to remove the standard user from having permission
>> to access the "Documents" folder under #1 and was trying to uncheck the
>> "Include inheritable permissions. . ." box when error warnings came up.
>> I'm sorry I can't repeat them verbatim, I'm afraid to try it again. There
>> were three and each said "there was an error because of. . . one said "My
>> Pictures," the next "My Videos" and the last one said "My Music." Yes,
>> all folders from an XP system. I do not have nor have I ever had these
>> folders under this folder. I do not know where this information is coming
>> from. So after I cancel these errors, then I find that the folder is now
>> "Shared" with the other user account.???
> If the machine originally came with XP, and you did an on-place upgrade,
> then the "My............" stuff are Junction points to allow the use of
> legacy XP software.
> Have a look here: