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Security permissions are acting wierd
I have huge problems using my server as a file server.

The server is running Win7, but problem was pressent when using Vista and XP as well, the problem have not always been there, and now I have digged around so much that settings are completely screwed over.

I have 4 drives in the server

C:, D: ,E: and F

The only drive I can access from my current computer (Running Vista) is the D drive, here I can do whatever I want, but if I try to go onto any of the other drives I get "Access Denied"

I have tried going onto the drives and giving permission "Full Control" to Everone, but that do not seem to work.

My computer and the server have the same username/password.

I have tried formatting the drives.

I have tried changing owner to the username currently active

Nothing seems to work then I tried searching for ways to reset the NTFS security permissions, but no tool for that seems to exsist.

But if someone knows a way to completely wipe a drive of all settings that would be EXTREMELY helpful, this is driving me mad
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