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All Rights Reserved. IT'S working beautifully except I lost all my old content. Minimize it and click OK on all the the dialog boxes8.) RebootHello full control! the Admin cannot get the file security info... weblink

Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Mar 16, 2005 Has anyone found a solution to this? JoinAFCOMfor the best data centerinsights. Done! PArth Thacker in the sharing network, the administrator has blocked certain privileges, i can have a look at those fils but i cant copy them nor open them. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/326549

How To Remove Read Only From Folder In Windows Xp

Amnaa Haya and my all documents must be back up with ur whatspp num larkio k dalal Alex I dont have the security option. Why can't I remove the read-only flag from a Windows XP or Windows 2000 folder? One thing that I have also noticed is that the fixes relating to the change of advanced file security and ownership permissions will only work on a NTFS file system as In 5 minutes I solved it by this German too.

Marcos Thanks, this really worked!! 🙂 Marcos Thanks, this really worked!! 🙂 Kassie This did work great! I then copied the gobbledegook folder back to where it came from. I am trying to change a services "Start" value from 2 to 3. Parameter Format Not Correct Also, we've launched into a diatribe about how Microsoft is spying on everyone.

it will take a while.  then try to format it. >>>>PRO TIP. How To Remove Read Only From Folder In Windows 7 I have unjoined from the domain and rejoined to the domain and I still cannot change the default permissions on C:. Although I could see my data folder I could not open it or drag it back again to where it should be. It might all ready be shaded out and saying full control.

Anyone else have any progress? Unable To Save Permission Changes Suzanne Wow! I did the steps, but I cannot remove or modify the key "[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\WPA\PosReady]" on windows XP, to not displays Updates POS Ready. Apparently the right click run as administrator is different than the login as administrator then run regedit normally.

How To Remove Read Only From Folder In Windows 7

It took me about an hour, but I figured it out. thanks for this article Dr.Sohail Nabi Thank you from the core of my heart you have solved for me a problem that was causing me to have hypertention, now I have How To Remove Read Only From Folder In Windows Xp I tried some of the suggestions found here but none have solved the problem. Windows 7 Read Only Attribute Keeps Coming Back Select New, DWORD Value from the Edit menu.

THANK YOU!! http://electrictricycle.net/read-only/cannot-change-attribute.html Deon Thanks very much! Access is denied." What do I do? That wasn't mentioned in the Microsoft website!! Read-only (only Applies To Files In Folder)

Having selected my name as the new owner of the item, I click ‘Apply'. I've tried logging off and back on and can see that the permissions are still saved, but I also still receive the same error message. I created a new folder in the root of my C: drive and copied the gobbledegook folder to my new folder lock, stock and barrel, and bingo, all of my locked check over here Reply Steve Krause October 21, 2012 at 11:49 am # Have you tried to launch regedit as Admin?

Reply Fred G. Attrib Command Why? I don't know why these crazy things happen, but this fixed it.

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http://windowsxp.mvps.org/undoprivate.htm •Right-click the folder in question, and choose Properties. •Click the Security tab. •Click Add, and type in Administrators, click OK. •Select Administrators group that you've added now. •Put a checkmark Thank you for your great guidelines. Q. Cmd Attrib I use this account under the ‘Change owner to:' pane.

Bloody Brilliant! First Skills to Learn for Mountaineering How do I reverse this javascript code? Why in the Hell didn't include XP Home in it's fixes I'll never know. http://electrictricycle.net/read-only/cannot-change-permissions-windows-2003.html The Share name defaulted to the name of the directory.

But I did finally stumble of a solution that worked!!! But some local files are still read-only and i can't change them! How is it packed? This procedure requires two restarts.This is how I did it:1) Turn off UAC (User Account Control)Before you can do anything, you must turn off the UAC, or you will be locked

Anonymous Thanks a lot for this info! You can't remove the read-only attribute from a folder? jangadbutta But http://www.deletelongfile.com is stolen version of Path Too Long Utility from http://www.pathtoolong.com.