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It is a file issue. You can safely ignore the read-only attribute, and the associated check box, for folders, the vast majority of the time. Accessed its Properties. Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Apr 22, 2005 I GOT IT!!! weblink
Q. The exceptions would be special Windows folders, which you should not be modifying anyway. For any file you need to modify, open Properties->Security->Advanced and ensure "Inherit from Parent" is checked so the file attributes you have changed are used by the file you need to What is the definition of "rare language"?
Read-only (only Applies To Files In Folder)
The Share name defaulted to the name of the directory. asked 2 years ago viewed 2004 times active 2 years ago Linked 5 All folders in all drives are set to read only on Windows XP and can't be changed Related Please try the request again. You can't remove the read-only attribute from a folder?
Select the SECURITY tab. I got this working for myself by doing the following. Then I started having the "Access is denied" errors. Windows 7 Read Only Attribute Keeps Coming Back Reboot the machine for the changes to take effect.
This should solve all the issues of RDJ not being able to write to now_playing.txt, MySQL not wanting to install right and a multitude of other issues that have been plaguing How To Remove Read Only From Folder In Windows Xp Can I hint the optimizer by giving the range of an integer? Also, remember that Q326549 says: "Unlike the Read-only attribute for a file, the Read-only attribute for a folder is typically ignored by Windows, Windows components and accessories, and other programs. https://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/acl_set_permissions.mspx Top of pageRelated Topics•Command-line reference A-Z•How inheritance affects file and folder permissions•File and Folder permissions•Set, view, change, or remove special permissions for files and folders•View effective permissions for files and folders•For
DG Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Jul 27, 2005 hello every body, The solution didnt work for me, Is this problem cannot be handeled Folder Permissions Windows 7 Log In or Register to post comments Advertisement lanfear (not verified) on Dec 9, 2005 searcherrr: it seems to me that your analysis is correct. Not the answer you're looking for? BTW the read-only flags are still on but I'm able to write to the folders anyway.
How To Remove Read Only From Folder In Windows Xp
Select New, DWORD Value from the Edit menu. http://superuser.com/questions/788715/removing-read-only-access-for-a-folder-in-windows-xp Anyone else have any progress? Read-only (only Applies To Files In Folder) HTTP Error page said that the database was read-only. How To Remove Read Only From Folder In Windows 7 Print Pages:  Go Down Author Topic: FIX - Program Files permissions issue SOLVED! (Read 51132 times) SnowHow Hero Member Posts: 946 Karma: +16/-0 A-1 Radio - The Variety Channel FIX
Hot Network Questions Teenage daughter refusing to go to school Does every interesting photograph have a story to tell? http://electrictricycle.net/how-to/cannot-change-file-type.html If I run "attrib -r foldername" on a folder, it does not show the 'R' flag anymore when checking it again with "attrib foldername". Why? Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Nov 1, 2004 I tried but still I see that ugly read only flag Log In or Register to How To Give Permission To Folder In Windows Xp
I went into SAFE MODE as Administrator right clicked on the folder containing the undeletable files, select PROPERTIES. So I can't copy the file from other machines on my network. The Program Files folder is set to the Trusted Installer group and the Administrator doesn't have the rights to change anything. check over here Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Sep 8, 2005 Similar problem to other readers on this thread.
I thought it might be because the folder and the account were on different drives but it doesn't seem to be. Change File Permissions Windows Command Line ha14 February 20, 2013 at 11:44 am i think make folder private option is only for folders under documents and settings. I'm going crazy here..
To configure Windows to use the system flag, perform the following steps: Start a registry editor (e.g., regedit.exe).
god help us susomoy sinha Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Jul 20, 2005 attrib -r +s C:\TestDir /S /D didn't fix the problem for Subscribe to Our Newsletter Email: Advertisement © 2016 MakeUseOf. These two links should help. Folder Permissions Linux It might all ready be shaded out and saying full control.
advTHANKance Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Mar 19, 2005 I FIXED IT!!!! So now we have to claim all the files and folders.1) Open Windows Explorer2) R-Click on Program Files -> Properties -> Security Tab3) Click Advanced -> Owner4) Click Edit5) Select Administrators MS, you need to get your sh!t in a pile and get this problem fixed. this content but it worked.
How to set, view, change, or remove file and folder permissions in Windows XP: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308419 did you tried to log as administrator? Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Mar 29, 2005 Unfortunatly the above does not work for all users. Please, sign in if you are registered :) Password forget? | Register Home Help Search Login Register RadioDJ - Free Radio Automation Software Forum » Older Versions [OUTDATED READ-ONLY FORUM!] » If so, this means that the folder is not Read-Only and that a file inside the folder may be.
MS WTF!^$%^%#! Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Apr 8, 2005 What a waste of time..XP is a piece of crap..Taking half a day to figure out During this two-day training all of the key new capabilities of Windows Server 2016 will be explored in addition to how they can be used in customer environments. This is what causes docs to come up as read-only.
WTF? Why? What I did: Make sure explorer is closed and delete from command line. Ah there is the rub.
Your cache administrator is webmaster. Does anyone has the solution? Tried: from command prompt "attrib -r +s c:\inetpub /s /d" and on subdirectories. This is not a "share" issue.
Basically, files are ok, but the shared folders on my 2003 server are still are showing as read only Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on what was I going to say again? First, I made sure that Windows Explorer was closed. Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Aug 10, 2005 I am having the same problem.