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Windows says it won't grant access permission, but it does grant.

Question: Windows says it won't grant access permission, but it does grant.

I tried to take the following steps to get the "full control" permission on a "System Volume Information" folder for a user account I had created.
right-click on the folder -> Properties -> Security tab -> Edit -> the "Permissions for <object>" dialog appears -> Add -> the "Select Users or Groups" dialog appears -> Enter the user account's name and press OK -> back to the "Permissions for <object>" dialoge -> select "Full control" for the newly added name -> Click on the Apply button
After I clicked on the Apply button, a dialoge entitled "Error Applying Security" appears, stating:

"An error occcurred while applying security information to:

...\<GUID><GUID>

Access is denied."

Behind that dialog, there was another dialog entitled "Windows Security", which states:

"Setting security information on <drive>:\System Volume Information\tracking.log"

I thought maybe Windows didn't like people to mess with such an important folder, and therefore refused to grant the permission. So, I cancelled the front "Error Applying Security" dialog. (There's another Continue button)

At this point, a new "Windows Security" dialogue popped up, saying:

"Stopping the propagation of permission settings leads to an inconsistent state, in which some objects have the settings but others don't. If you made the change by mistake, you should apply the correct change immediately to achieve a consistent state."

In this dialogue, the only choice was to click on an OK button. So, I clicked on it. And the ""Permissions for <object>" was brought back to the front again.

But, surprisingly, I noticed that the user account's name I wanted was entered in the name list, with all the permissions (full control) being granted to it!

As I tested it, the "full control" permission has been effective for that "System Volume Information" folder.

So, why did I get the permission even after Windows had said it would refuse me?

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Answer: Windows says it won't grant access permission, but it does grant.

You are looking at the permissions set on the folder. Not on the files which can have a different set of permissions. Clearly setting permissions on those files failed.

...Why are you even messing with the permissions in the first place?

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I have one computer in my home network that I can not share files. I get the message below.
All of the other computer on my network would have a "popup box" where I would enter the Username and Password - but this one computer does not give me that popup.

Also I can access all of the other computer from this on ("GA-EG45M") but I can't access it from the others. Where do I go to authorize "access permissions"? All of the network discovery and sharing settings are set the same on all computers.

Answer:How do I grant permission to access Network - no user/password popup

Checked this one yet? Logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon - Microsoft Community

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I was trying to give myself permission to the file C:\Users\Tom\Local Settings. Now, no matter what I hit I keep getting the attached error messages and there is no exit.
Nothing happens when I hit edit, so I can't change anything back. Nothing happens when I hit cancel. So, my only option is to hit ok, but this gives me the attached error messages.

Should I use task manager to end the task? What are the dangers of "an inconsistent state" as displayed in the last error screen?

Is there a utility I can use to set the ownership and permissions back to there original status?

This is my first post to a forum for help, so I hope I followed the correct protocol. I thank you in advance for any help.

Answer:I am in a loop trying to grant myself permission

Hello Durangoforcards, and welcome to Vista Forums.

The C:\Users\Tom\Local Settings folder is a protected operating system folder and should not be messed with. The actual folder that the C:\Users\Tom\Local Settings points to for you local settings would be C:\Users\Tom\AppData\Local instead.

Clicking on Cancel (Error Applying Security) and OK (Windows Security) and OK (Local Setting Properties) closed them for me.

Here are the default settings for that folder. Everyone has nothing checked, and all of the other user groups have full control by default.



Hope this helps,
Shawn

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Is it possible, to grant permission a user to create share of any folder of his PC in active directory environment. User can only create a share folder for other user, at the same time that user denied for any administrative power.

Please help me by providing information how can I do that.

Answer:Grant Permission To Create Share Folder.

I believe you are looking at editing group policy here. This specific change is not something I have ever done but it certainly sounds like a group policy privledge would solve your problem here.
Basically you need to give standard users the admin ability of creating shares. While not opening up anything else to them.

All I can do to get you started is tell you group policies is what you are after.
I just don't know exactly which one needs to be edited off the top of my head.
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Hello,I recently installed Windows 7 Ultimate edition 64 bit. This works excellently on my pc and is compatible with all the software that i use.I have multiple harddrives which i have installed into my machine. I took ownership of the drives however i am having one problem which i cannot seem to fix.Some of the files (eg Adobe acrobat files) will open file, but others will say access denied. EGX:\My Work\x.pdf - will open fineX:\My Work\x.pdf - will say access deniedif i go into security tab of THAT file i can gain access to it BUT a padlock appears on the icon, however i can open the file. there are multiple files and i dont really think i need to do this for each, there must be a quicker way to inherit permissions?How i took ownershipRigh clicked on drivePropertiesSecurity tabAdvancedOwner tabEditthen add Administrator as ownerIs this correct?If you could help me with this i would appreciate it a lot, so far i am loving this windows and the 64 being able to address more memory has made my pc really fast :)Thanks,

Answer:Grant Permission to entire drive/content

Ok after a bit of googleing and mesing with the permissions, i finally got it to work.What i done was, changed the owner of the drive to administrator. Then i went into the drive and slected the parent folder which had the padlocked files/folders with in. i changed its ownership to admin and also told it to apply the permission to all child files/folders.worked :)

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Hi ,How are you. I get this error over and over again in the Event Viewer:

 DCOM
1203 - Description              : The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID

                                  {D63B10C5-BB46-4990-A94F-E40B9D520160}
                                   and APPID

                                  {9CA88EE3-ACB7-47C8-AFC4-AB702511C276}
                                   to the user NT AUTHORITY\LOCAL SERVICE SID (S-1-5-19)
from address LocalHost (Using LRPC) running in the application container Unavailable SID (Unavailable). This security permission can be modified using the Component Services administrative tool.

Could you tell me exactly... Read more

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I am receiving the following error in the Event Viewer from the source DistributedCOM (Windows 8.1 64 bit) :
The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID class identitification
{C2F03A33-21F5-47FA-B4BB-156362A2F239}
 and APPID identification
{316CDED5-E4AE-4B15-9113-7055D84DCC97} 
 to the user Lenovo\Ewa with security identification SID
(S-1-5-21-1287633286-651115146-4152900111-1001) from the address LocalHost (using

LRPC) acting in the application container with identity SID
ZinioLLC.Zinio_2.1.0.317_x64__0q6dqzpp40p2e
(S-1-15-2-720185855-2675332291-2976434075-758544043-626028312-300598871-2309835828.
This security permission can be modified using the Component Services administrative tool.
It regards Zinio Reader application.
Please advice how can I fix the problem.
Thanks and best regards, Ewa

Answer:The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID

Hi Ewa,
It's just a example instead of your real ID.
The ID of yours {316CDED5-E4AE-4B15-9113-7055D84DCC97} must be in that list. Have you attempt to find it?
I have search it on my lab computer(Windows 8.1)as below:
Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help, and unmark the answers if they provide no help. If you have feedback for TechNet Support, contact [email protected]

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I can access Windows Live Mail as Administrator on my computer but would like to be able to run as Standard User for day to day computing. Is it possible to change user controls so that Windows Live Mail appears on desk top when I am in Standard User mode ? At the moment the default for Windows Live Mail access is Windows Live Mail

Answer:Grant Standard User access to Windows Live Mail on own computer

Addition to first post

I found that under Windows Live Mail/Properties/Compatibility Tab I had Windows Vista entered still instead of Windows 7, and had not ticked Run as Administrator. I can now open Windows Live Mail as Standard User but it is completely blank i.e. the emails, folders etc. present when I access as Administrator are missing. Any ideas what I can do ?

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I'll keep this short and sweet.
When I downloaded Kerio firewall a long time ago, I had Rpcss trying to access the net, found it strange so I checked with MG and was told it's not a big deal so I blocked it. But now I came across this quote:
Rpcss.exe is an executable of Microsoft Windows Operating System. It is responsible for Remote Procedure Call services on the local machine. These are public services available to the local network. This program is important for the stable and secure running of your computer and should not be terminated.
Uncle Bill at Microsoft. Anyways, should I grant it access or not? I'm running win98, without any problems except for the occasional glitch.
 

Answer:Should I grant it access?

Thanks Star17,
I don't have any of these on my puter. These appear to be business progs. I don't use my pc for work.

I just remembered one thing though, the reason I even found out that Rpcss existed was because after I installed Kerio I did a port scan (GRC) and I kept failing cause one of my ports showed an opening. Once I blocked Rpcss.exe from accessing the net I got a clean bill of health.

Still, I wonder if it's a big deal blocking it.
 

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Hi,
Sorry it this is in the wrong section. I didn't know whether to post in Software or Hardware.
I changed my account from Administrator to User as advised on this site.
I am using Windows XP Pro SP2
When I open ImgBurn with that account it shows "No Drive Detected"




ImgBurn Log said:



I 16:20:28 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...
E 16:20:30 CreateFile Failed! - Device: '\\.\CdRom0' (D:
E 16:20:30 Reason: Access is denied.
E 16:20:33 CreateFile Failed! - Device: '\\.\CdRom1' (E:
E 16:20:33 Reason: Access is denied.
W 16:20:33 Errors were encountered when trying to access 2 drives.
W 16:20:33 These drives will not be visible in the program.
E 16:20:33 You need Administrative privileges to use SPTI.
W 16:20:33 No devices detected!Click to expand...

Indeed it works perfectly well with an Administrator account.
With the User account, I can open the drive and play a DVD with no problem.
When I open the proprieties of the Drive in Admin mode, I find no Security tab.
So can someone please tell me how to grant access to the DVD Drives to a User account.
Thanks
 

Answer:How to Grant Access to DVD RW Drive?

In the My Computer screen in the Admin account click the drive and drag it to shared documents on the left side menu.
This will give use permission to all user accounts on the machine.
 

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I'm hoping we have some other NetAdmins in here. Seems like Networking is the best forum for this but it's technically at the OS level.

I have noticed that nay Domain user could access our Outlook Web Access with their NT login. It was supposed to just be the NT group we had created. I searched high and low in the MS KB and got nothing.

I ended up having to go into the C: root of the Exchange Box, find the ExchWeb folder and setting access rights to only System, Admin, Domain Admins, and Outlook Webb Group (the group we created). This seems to work, but sure seems ghetto to me. Is there an easier, more streamlined way to choose who has access to the Outlook Web Module?

Win2K Server w/ Exchange 2000

Thanks guys!
 

Answer:Best way to grant group access in OWA

why not just dis-allow them access to OWA from within Exchange?

edit: from looking at my Exc2003 server, it looks like you have to do it for individual users...
 

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I tried downloading a file. A help message told me that Windows was requesting internet access. I accidentally selected "block all access" rather than "grant access" but now I need to change this setting and allow access. So where can I alter this setting?

Answer:I need to grant access to the internet

Are you using the XP firewall? You haven't mentioned it. If you are you need to untick a few boxes, this site shows you were they are located: click here

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I need to loan my laptop to a friend for a short period of time.
I want to make it useable with access to Winword but little else.
I have created an account with limited access to my files.
What do I need to do allow this user to utilize my MS Word (winword) to do her own work on it?
Many thanks for any help.

Answer:How can I grant access to specific files?

You may have to install Word via her account--assuming her access to programs is blocked at this point. This way probably is the easiest way to proceed at this point. You can always uninstall Word later.

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I have windows vista and I am trying to download a software when I try and save it this is what I am suppose to do:
Go to Windows Explorer and navigate to the c:\program files\sixty second tax savings organizer folder

and in the folder find the file named RMPA2003.exe

highlight that file, and then "right click" using the right mouse button - to bring up the properties dialog box - and then tell Windows Vista to grant this exe file "full rights" / 'administrator rights" or whatever the dialog shows...

So I try to save this file in the "c" drive like it say's above and this is what I get:
C:/Program Files/Taxes/60secdemo.exe You do not have permission to save in this location. Contact the administrator to obtain permission.
Would you like to save this in Julie folder instead?

There is only one user on this computer, which makes me the admin. Why would it say this?
Also then I select ok save in Julie folder instead and after it is saved then I open the software and try to run it and this is what happens:
An unidentified software wants access to your computer....
Cancel or Allow

I click on allow and then this happens:
Could not initialize installation. File size expected=38359091, size returned=48848.
The parameter is incorrect.
What now?? What am I suppose to do?

 

Answer:Grant Administrator access for downloads

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Does any one know how to grant access to remote users its a set of key stokes I just cant remember

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Hello all, thanks for reading.

I recently bought a new router because my old one was acting up. I had a RT-N10E and i bought a Dlink DIR-818LW .

I followed all the instructions on the quick setup guide and the router says it is connected to the internet however i can't access the internet at all. I tried with the dynamic ip settings and with the static ones. What am i doing wrong and how can i fix this ?

Thanks in advance
 

Answer:New Router won't grant access to internet.

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I am running Win XP on two networked computers. I had to install a new drive after a crash, and lost all of my settings. The new drive is NTFS. I am not able to grant permission for the users of the other computer to access the computer. It shows up in the workgroup fine. I am in the "User Rights Assignment" which has a choice to grant access to the computer from the network. When I try to add a user, it only lets me search for computers. I finds the other computer in the workgroup, but when I try to apply the computer name to the list it says "failed to save local policy database". Is there somewhere else to grant access to either a user or computer?
 

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Today, I changed 2 of our computers (plan on doing them all) and now I am the administrator on those computers, I want to grant access to ALL documents, music, videos, etc. files that already exist on their PC's.

I really just want to block internet porn and the likes.

I installed Windows 7 Family Safety, but I don't want to keep them from their files.

Can I still be the Administrator and grant file access?

PLEASE help!!!!

Answer:Admin wants grant access to ALL documents, music, etc.

Not sure if this is what you're after, but I'll post the link anyway.

File and Folder Permissions

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I need a BAT file I can run at startup to share a partition (X:\) on my USB external hard drive and grant everyone full access. I would appreciate if anyone could help me here. I have XP-Pro SP2 installed and my computer's name is "zapplaptop" of course without the quotation marks. I have downloaded SetAcl. Thank you

Answer:BAT file to share ext HDD,grant full access

do a...net share MyDrive=x:\ /GRANT:Everyone, FULLto share your drive then on the workstation...net use X: \\mycomputername\MyDrive

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I have a admin account and a normal user account say XXX.

I have a drive (say Z), to which I want to restrict access to the user XXX. The user should be able to read the documents and view the videos in the drive. However, he should not be able to delete/modify the files in the drive or write new files to the drive.

I have gone through: Permissions - Allow or Deny Access to Users and Groups in Windows 8. I'm not comfortable with command prompts or registry keys, so I tried option three (Change Access Permissions in Advanced Security Properties).

By default, the user had permission for "Read, Read & execute, List folder contents" only. However, even with these I found that the user could delete and modify the files/folders in drive Z. So, I denied the following: "Create file/folders, write attributes/extended attributes, delete subfolders/files". This seems to serve my purpose.

Now I wish to know two things:
1) Am I doing the right thing or messing up something?
2) There was a radio button "Only apply these permissions to objects and/or containers within this container". This I had left unchecked. Should I check this? The window (see attachment) clearly states that these permissions apply to "this folder, subfolder and files". Is this just a redundant option?

Thanks!

Answer:How to grant read-only access of a drive to a user?

I'm still having problems.

The user is able to delete some files within some folders. I don't know why. This seems to occur randomly.

Is this because the user is part of the group 'PC/users' created by default by windows? I don't think so because by default this group has only read-only permissions and deny permissions should override them.

PS: I learnt that, if the radio button "Only apply these permissions to objects and/or containers within this container" is checked then permissions will be applied only to current folders and subfolders and not to subsequently created folders and files. Hence I had left it unchecked.

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pop up keeps re-appearing.  Windows 10 pro.  It says: "user accounts...use the list below to grant or deny users permission"
How do I deactivate it?  It's not the one that notifies me if a program wants to make a change to the computer.  

I have tried changing passwords, etc.  


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Hello TechsupportForum,

I have recently installed adobe photo shop, Micsoft Office and Command and conquer-zero hour game on my laptop. Everytime i use any of the above software my XP professional sp3 restarts without any warning. When i go to see Event Viewer I see this error code 10016.

"The machine-default permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID
{A4199E55-EBB9-49E5-AF1A-7A5408B2E206}
to the user NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE SID (S-1-5-20). This security permission can be modified using the Component Services administrative tool"

I have not made any edits at all to my system before. i have checked my registry is not showing any bad signs. I have unistalled above softwares and still i get this error. I have scanned for viruses using Zone Alarm Internet security so far i have found nothing. i scanned my laptop for bad sectors but i have found there too.

Please help me, everytme when i work on my laptop it restarts unexpectedly and the event viewer shows DCOM error 10016.

My system detailes are:
Intel Duo Core 2 T7250 2GHz
2GB Ram
Intel Mobile Express Chipset 965
160GB SATA
XP professional SP3

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I would like to (GPO prefered) allow my domain users to change properties of the locally (not AD installed) printers. Basically any user needs to be able to change their default try, set deparment print ID number, color/bw settings ect. Right now the domain users are just plain "users" on the local machines.

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we have a computer at school that's being shared by young students, but they get a kick out of deleting files. they have a shared folder on a separate partition for all their activities. it's okay if they can open or even modify each other's files, but we just don't want them deleting anything. is there a user policy/security setting that can make this possible? tia

Answer:Is it possible to grant full access except Delete on folders and files

yeah. right click-->properties-->advance-->change permissions. select a user and the check box for full control allow/deny appears. just check the bottom boxes for file deletion. it seems like a new account appears in the permission window when you close the configuration menu, but windows has just split up the user into two groups: allow and deny. you can open them both and add the checkboxes for allow to deny, and the deny boxes to allow, but the user remains "split up" and those boxes won't stay checked, but the configuration should be correct.

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Hi all, I migrated to Windows 8.1x64 Pro from Windows 7x64 Ultimate. In both OS's I'm the Administrator. In Windows 7 I was using a 2nd internal physical HDD for data files. Now with Windows 8.1 I'm using that same data drive, but I find that many files and folders can't be opened (Access denied). I followed these tutorials to take ownership and grant full access . Problem is that even if I follow this procedure for a folder, the files inside that folder still have access denied, and I have to apply the procedure to each file individually to gain access to it which is time consuming, even though the "all files and folders inside" option was chosen.
Is there a short way to clean the permissions inherited from the Windows 7 OS and apply fresh full permissions to the whole drive (all folders and files in it) so that Windows 8.1 won't bug me anymore with the "Acess Denied" sign? Thanks

Answer:Need to take ownership and grant full access to Data drive

You could try this WinAero: TakeOwnershipEx

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Is it possible to Grant permanent administrator access to folders and programs for a standard user account so that the password doesn't have to be entered each time?

Answer:Grant permanent admin access to folders or programs?

As admin grant him required permissions to those folders (Read/Modify).

Solved "You don't currently have permission to access this folder" Windows 10 - YouTube

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I lost access to my laptop.
1. I switch on laptop with attached USB flash drive.
2. Error message was displayed during bios loading(TRX error or something like this).
3. I restart laptop
4. I get BIOS checksum error with suggesstion press f2 to setup bios or f12 for load default settings
5. I try press f2 and get dialog with password request.
6. I restart laptop again.
Now laptop display password request for load OS and for bios access.
How i can resolve my problem?

PS. I am not set up pasword for laptop before. Boot pwd and BIOS pwd was empty.

Answer:Grant access to Satellite A100-906 after BIOS crash

Hey man I do not know what is wrong there but BIOS password can be removed by Authorized service only. It wills costs you a little bit but it can be removed without any problems. About OS ? I am afraid you must install it again.

BTW: some USB flash drives have password protection. If you want to have access to the saved data you must enter password at first. Does your USB have also password protection?

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I would like to (GPO prefered) allow my domain users to change properties of the locally (not AD installed) printers. Basically any user needs to be able to change their default try, set deparment print ID number, color/bw settings ect. Right now the domain users are just plain "users" on the local machines.

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Hi,

I have recently set up a guest account in an attempt to use it when friends are over/want to watch a few movies. Currently I cannot see any files in explorer when logged in (to either the pre setup guest or a newly created account). I have granted access to select files on my main account, but still cannot see them when I swap logins. Can anyone shed some light on what I am doing wrong?

Thanks,

Richard

Answer:How can I grant my guest account access to certain files in explorer?

Hi Rcik, welcome to the Seven Forums.

What you describe is exactly why the Public folders exist. Everything saved under Public (Public Videos, Public Pictures and so on) can be accessed by all users, also the built-in Guest user account.

You can find the Public user folders in C:\Users\Public (default location).

Kari

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COMODO Internet Security : How to grant application access memory
Uploaded by Valentin N on malwaretipscom Channel on Dec 5, 2011

Enjoy!
 

Answer:COMODO Internet Security : Grant application access memory

But that's not how you allow memory access to avoid the log entry, (bypass self protection) as the video suggests is the problem.

You'll need to go to Defense+ -> Computer Security Policy -> Defense+ Rules.

Click on the Comodo Internet Security group and click Edit, then Customize.

Now click the Protection Settings tab, not the Access Rights tab.

In Protection Settings, click Modify on the Interprocess Memory Accesses rule and add the application that you do not wish to receive an log entry if it is trying to access a CIS process in memory.
 

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I'm trying to determine if one can use a mail enabled security group setup with mailbox access rights to a Generic Mailbox. The system is Windows 2003 server.

What I'm thinking is to grant mailbox access to the security group and then the members of that group would have the access inherreted from the group.
I've tried to test this, but only get the unable to expand folder error in outlook. I'm wondering if this is because it does not work, or if it is a delay in replication of the change across the servers in the domain.

Am I way of the mark or is this doable?
 

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I noticed that in the root of my C drive, I only had the "New Folder" option and nothing else. With a little research, I found that I need to added "Full Control" permissions. So, when I selected my Local Disk C: and tried to apply "Full Control" to all the User Names in the Security tab, I get a notice stating that the following files are in use and can not be applied:





c:\&Recycle.Bin
c:\bdlog.txt
c:\Documents and Settings
c:\hiberfil.sys
c:\MSOCache
c:\pagefile.sys
c:\Program Files
c:\Program Files (x86)
c:\ProgramData
c:\Recovery
c:\System Volume Information
c:\Users
c:\WindowsClick to expand...

I've also tried it in Safe Mode, yet I get the same message.

I was wondering what the proper way to provide complete permissions to both my C drive and any/all sub-folders without running into any issues?

NOTE: I also read that the Authenticated User comes into play here. It was listed at first in my User List but not it has disappeared.

Thanks!
 

Answer:Can't Grant Full Permissions In Windows 7

Win 7's default permissions are there for good reason. What are you trying to achieve by tampering with them?
 

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I wanted to deal with these error in my event viewer that reads
The machine-default permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID 
{9BA05972-F6A8-11CF-A442-00A0C90A8F39}
 and APPID 
{9BA05972-F6A8-11CF-A442-00A0C90A8F39}
 to the user user-PC\user SID (S-1-5-21-2307592411-71507017-1769733011-1000) from address LocalHost (Using LRPC). This security permission can be modified using the Component Services administrative tool.

The CLSID is from windows shell. Should I allow local activation or is this a risk because a malevolent program could be making these request?

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As administrator I would like to grant a user use of my roboform and some other apps. How do I do that? I am running Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit.
 

Answer:Windows 7 - As administrator how do I grant a user priviledges to use my Roboform?

where did you install 'roboform'? \Program Files\??\??
 

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I am running windows 7 and am trying to grant my user administration...with cmd.exe that is when i try to anything weather i be changing user passwords or adding usernames... it displays system error 5 acces denied. someone told me sounds like infection.any help. i used aavg free scaner and no results were found.

Answer:help i cant grant myself admin

Quote from: cmdpro on September 28, 2010, 07:27:05 PMI am running windows 7 and am trying to grant my user administration...with cmd.exe that is when i try to anything weather i be changing user passwords or adding usernames... it displays system error 5 acces denied. someone told me sounds like infection.any help. i used aavg free scaner and no results were found.We fixed this, did we not? You simply hadn't run it as Admin?

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Hi ....

I will be glad if anyone can help me to know
how I can grant all privileges to one of the usres
by administrator.

Thanks a lot

Answer:How to grant privilege to users in Win xp

Are you running Windows XP Home or Professional Edition?

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Does anyone out there know of grants that support non-profit companies ? We need money for our IT department !! Thanks...
 

Answer:Information Technology Grant $$

There are lots of them and most of them are local to your area. I know that soem of the major manufacurers also have programs and free equipment available for non-profits.
 

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Ok, i sorta said this in another post i just made, but i'd like to make this more public: I goto BGSU Firelands community college (Huron, Ohio), and am majoring in computer science. I'd like to build another computer, specifically a dual opteron computer. the thing i'd like to do tho' is find a way to get grant money so that i can do this, learn a few things about it (never used a SMP system before, much less built one), use it for the 2 classes i have to take during my spring '04 semester, and be able to keep it for after i graduate with my Assc. in Computer Science. does anyone know of where i might be able to apply for grant money? (i've searched the net for stuff but all i can ever seem to find is that one hooligan who wears that suit with the question-mark pattern on it and i'm not all that willing to pay for a book or CD-ROM to do this at the moment.) well, Thank You for any replies!
 

Answer:Finding Grant money

I like that the commercial with the wierd dude selling the grant book. Why not purchase his stupid thing and tell us all here if it accurate or just a hoax like the people still selling Kazaa Lite
 

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Hi all there, I have a unique problem.
Sometime ago, one of my friends, purchased and installed McAfee Virusscan- classic .subsequently he made a copy of the original software on a cd and sent it to me which I installed on my machine.now whenever I want to schedule a new task or upgrade, it asks for a password.when I contacted the McAfee they ask for ‘grant no.’which I don’t have. I fear that the copy was made at a later stage , after incorporating password.

I am sure these informations must be stored somewhere in the cd, which I still have in my possession.
Is there any way to retieve password and grant no. from cd?
I’m sur somebody on this forum will certainly help me .thanx
 

Answer:Solved: password and grant number

From the TSG rules:
As you might expect, we don't want anything illegal going on here. Users cannot post hacks, cracks, pirated software, or anything of the like. Furthermore, we do not allow instructions on how to complete illegal activities, such as pirating. Please don't ask for advise on using illegal software, as it will be removed.Click to expand...
 

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I have two accounts on my Win7 Home Premium desktop. One is my admin account and the other account, I would like to log into via remote desktop from a thin client running Windows XP Embedded. I can log into my admin account from the thin client but when I try to log into my Kitchen account, I get the following error:






Quote:
To log on to this remote computer, you must be granted the Allow log on through Terminal Services right. By default, members of the Remote Desktop Users group have this right. If you are not a member of the Remote Desktop Users group or another group that has this right, or if the Remote Desktop User group does not have this right, you must be granted this right manually.


On Win7 Xtreme it would be a relatively simple procedure using gpedit.msc (the local group policy editor). The working classes however don't have this snap-in. Is there an alternative method?

Answer:How to grant right to 'allow log on through Terminal Services' on Win7

  
Quote: Originally Posted by thx1139


I have two accounts on my Win7 Home Premium desktop. One is my admin account and the other account, I would like to log into via remote desktop from a thin client running Windows XP Embedded. I can log into my admin account from the thin client but when I try to log into my Kitchen account, I get the following error:






Quote:
To log on to this remote computer, you must be granted the Allow log on through Terminal Services right. By default, members of the Remote Desktop Users group have this right. If you are not a member of the Remote Desktop Users group or another group that has this right, or if the Remote Desktop User group does not have this right, you must be granted this right manually.


On Win7 Xtreme it would be a relatively simple procedure using gpedit.msc (the local group policy editor). The working classes however don't have this snap-in. Is there an alternative method?


I believe you can do this though the Local Security Policy.

Click on Start and then click on Administrative Tools and then click on Local Security Policy. Then click on Local Policies and then User Rights Assignment. Then double click on “Allow log on through Remote Desktop Services” option. Then, under Local Security Setting tab, click on “Add User or Group” button, and then give the username or group name and click on OK. Then click on Apply and then OK.

They ... Read more

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Under windows 7 I didn't have a password, and was just known as user 001, or user-001, Nevertheless it was a default setting. Then after the download of 10, the start page had my name in the user box and asked for a password obviously gleaned from my email address. After adding the PW it opened up and appeared fine and had me listed as the administrator. Then the fun started and I have come to an assumption that user-001(win7) is the operator and requires the administrators password (win10) to start. Then when I (user-001) try to perform even simple functions like pasting photos to another folder, I get an administrator error message from the windows 10 OS preventing me. Although the continue button allows me to sometimes complete the process, the copied file appears differently, contains no data and so can't be opened. My plea for help is how do I find the original user-001 and can this user be grant equal right as an administrator?

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how to grant limited xp userids a program?

I'm reinstalling XP on up a friend's machine which got hit by one of the worms that turn a machine into a zombie and downloads lots of nasties. I'm installing anti-spyware, -malware, and a really good firewall.

However after I got partway thru the installation, I added a new administrative account ("admin") and made her default account into a limited account, then continued install those utilities; the utilities after that don't show up in her account.

Reading the only MS knowledge base article I could find, I followed it's suggestion and turn her account back into an admin account--those programs still don't show!

Anyone know how this is usually done? Something like, uninstall them, then reinstall them? And if so, should I be sure to install them using the future-limited account, then make the account limited? Or can I install them in the "admin" account as long as her account is still admin, then make hers limited?

Or is there a better way I just don't know about--I seem to remember something in W2K like going into one account's configuration settings, finding the directory tree for the application, and copying those files into another user's account--anyone know if this is right?

Thanks, all comments and info much appreciated!
 

Answer:how to grant limited xp user a program?

a technical followup...

OK, at about.com, I found a pretty helpful post.





To make your applications available to everyone using the PC, open Windows Explorer and select your default Start Menu folder. If you're using Windows 98 or Me, it's probably C:\Windows\Start Menu\Programs. In Windows 2000 or XP, the path is C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs. Click the Windows Start button, select Programs ( All Programs in XP), and choose the program or submenu you want to add to everyone's Start menu. Right-click and drag the shortcut to the open Explorer window, and select Copy Here.Click to expand...

In my admin user account on a W2K machine, the malware and spyware detection programs aren't in the Startup Menu, but if I follow the above procedure on the limited account, they end up in the Start Menu (Start Button) so at least they can be manually executed. I don't want my computer illiterate friend to have to manually start protection programs--instead I want them up when her computer comes up and she signs in on her non-admin account. (At least the ZoneAlarm firewall is in Startup on her account!)

Now, I can add a step to that quoted-above procedure, where I also paste them into the Startup folder.

But on the Admin account, those missing programs fire because they're told to in the Registry (I believe) which means they come up before the Startup Folder programs do. And that's good, I want them activ... Read more

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I know the "add the administrators security group to roaming user profiles" exists, but for some reason I can't get it to work. The explanation says the policy needs to be set on the client and not the server, so i created and linked the policy to the OU with the workstation that'll ultimately house the roaming user profile. The problem is this doesnt work. I tried linking it to the server as well, but the policy had the same affect. Ultimately I gave domain admins full permission over the shared profile folder and allowed the security to be inherrited (which worked), but I still cant figure why the policy doesnt work. If anyone can tell me how I can get this to work Id appreciate it.

Thanks
 

Answer:Grant Admins Full Control Policy

Sounds like you have the GPO linked correctly. Your problem is most likely that you expect it to apply to profiles that are already created, which is not the case. This policy will only apply to new users with romaing profiles or those that you're just giving roaming profiles.
 

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I am looking to ' Grant full control permissions and ownership' so I can get Windows Mail working. Any ideas? Thanks!
 

Answer:How to: Grant full control permissions and ownership?

I don't understand what you mean, over what u want to do permissions?
 

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Hey, does anyone know how I could give power users the authority to install software on a local machine but not reconfigure anything like the secpol or GP?

Thanks

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Hello,

So I have just been setting up my new rig and, for several reasons, I was wanting to allow my desktop complete access to my laptop. However, I live in a very friendly household and my computer is in the main area. I allow other people to use the guest account on it all the time, but keep my own account with a password.

We also have many other computers on the same homegroup.

I was wanting to allow just my account on my desktop complete access to some (or prefferably all) files on my laptop.

I tried going Local Disk (C Properties >> Sharing tab >> Advanced Sharing button >> 'Share this folder' checkbox >> Permissions button >> Add button

However when i had entered this I could not get my laptop to access any other locations that itself. It was there that I got stuck.

Is it possible to do what I am trying to do?

Cheers,
David

Answer:Can I grant shared permissions to a single user from a different comp

Hello DGEccles,
Welcome to SevenForums. What you are trying to do is possible. What you have to do is pick a folder (or directory) that you want to share. In your case, this would be the C:\ drive. However, sharing your C:\ drive across the network, is very risky for many reasons. So I would not recommend this. So, lets get started. First, on your laptop, what you need to do is pick a folder you want to share. This can be your documents folder, another folder, or the C:\ drive. Next, right click the folder you want to share and click PROPERTIES. Next, navigate to the sharing tab and click on advanced sharing. Check the box that says "Share this folder". Next, click on permissions and MAKE SURE THAT YOUR ACCOUNT ON THE LAPTOP HAS FULL PERMISSION. After this, you want to click Apply and close out of all dialog boxes. Now, we move to your desktop. On your desktop, open up Windows Explorer. Navigate to Network on the left-hand side. After that click on your laptop's icon. After that a window will open asking you for credentials. INPUT THE CREDENTIALS THAT YOU SET TO HAVE FULL PERMISSION ON THE LAPTOP. After that you should see all the shared folders on the laptop including the one that you set up.

I hope this helps. (Sorry if this isn't clear I typed this fast so if you need me to re-explain it I will)

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Apple finally feeling the pressure and lawsuits the EU was slating to put against them ? Or is this a move to make MS and other companies look bad ?

+--------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Apple To Grant All Labels DRM-Free Distribution |
| from the you-asked-for-it dept. |
| posted by kdawson on Monday April 30, @19:06 (Music) |
| http://apple.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=07/04/30/2225246 |
+--------------------------------------------------------------------+

SexCaptain writes "MacRumors.com reveals a letter circulated by Apple to all producers of content for the iTunes Store, announcing that from May onward they can [0]sell their music at higher quality and free of DRM.
Hopefully this opens the doors for labels like Netwerk. This is a big step in the right direction, although it's unclear exactly what Apple means by 'higher quality,' and there is no mention of price changes.
(Apple charges $0.30 more per song for [1]DRM-free content from EMI and encodes it at 256K.) Quoting from the letter: 'Many of you have reached out to iTunes to find out how you can make your songs available higher quality and DRM-free," Apple wrote in the communication. "Starting next month, iTunes will begin offering higher-quality, DRM-free music and DRM-free music videos to all customers."

Discuss this story at:
http://apple.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=07/04/30/2225246

Links:
0. http://www.macrumors.com/2007/04/27/apple-... Read more

Answer:[NEWS] Apple To Grant All Labels DRM-Free Distribution

MS doesn't need Apple's help to look bad.

They had PlaysforSure, then they screw everybody, and look stupid by making the Zune incompatible.
 

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Hello, I am having a somewhat bizarre, extremely frustrating issue. I can connect to the internet via wireless just fine, and everything will be hunky-dory for a while. After a while, however (this varies anywhere from a day to a week), there will be a small hiccup on the connection, and then something fails in the Acquiring Network Address stage. My computers will get an IP, but they will not get the default gateway or DNS server.

I say computers because this happens on both my PC and laptop. This issue does NOT, however, occur for anyone else in the household.

I have tried a plethora of fixes, from simple computer reboots to fiddling with all sorts of settings, and nothing works to reestablish the connection. My father has also tried fixing it, to no avail. I have to go and reset my router, which also interrupts TV service, because it is through AT&T U-Verse. Needless to say, this does not make other people in the household very happy, and I really shouldn't have to be resetting my router every couple of days like that.

My PC uses a Netgear WG111v3 adapter and is Windows XP. My laptop has on-board Wifi and is Windows XP Professional. I am not sure why I am the only person in the household that experiences this issue. Could certain programs like AIM be causing problems?

Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
 

Answer:Wireless connection briefly drops, then will not grant default gateway or DNS server

Nobody?
 

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On Windows XP, installing iTunes requires admin rights. However, it is not good to use an admin account for regular work. For the Palm Desktop, the workaround was to grant admin rights to the user account, install the application using the user-turn-admin account, then ungrant admin rights. Will this last step cause problems for iTunes, or does iTunes require admin rights for its regular operation (outside of being installed)?

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For some reason, my logon background image isnt showing up anymore, and when I try to change back to the way I had done it, regedit wont run, I've searched the forums for an answer, with no luck. And when I go to click grant admin full control, it brings up an open with menu, so I need a command script to grant admin to certain files again.

Windows 7 home premium 64 bit.

Please help, and thanks. And no, I dont have any viruses or malware, I take good care of my computer.

Answer:Regedit wont run, and grant admin full control context menu wont work

Hello ElliottGenocide

Firstly do you have a system restore point available from before these problems occurred - System Restore
Can you remember what it was you changed in the registry.
Have a look through this,it has a copy of the default background and an application to change the logon background without having to touch the registry - Log On Screen - Change
I would also run this - SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker see if that helps.

Danny

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Recent changes:
We recently removed 5 out of 6 total 2008R2 DCs from our environment and promoted 5 x 2016 servers as DCs.  We are still running the domain functional level @ 2008R2 however.
Single forest 2 domain environment
Shortly have recent changes (stated above) the issue started with 5 users in parent domain.  After existing user logs in applications like  windows explorer, internet explore, will error with  "windows cannot access the specified
device, path or file. you may not have the appropriate permission to access the item".  Also, other applications will not run as they are attempting to resister OCX file and DLLs.  cannot access computer management even after granting affected
user local admin rights.  This issue has now transcended to child domain and is affecting at the moment only 1 existing user.
Unaffected users are able to login to same test computer and run applications without issue.
Clearly a domain permission problem with the user account, but not sure how to proceed.
For testing I gave affected users domain admin rights and the issue goes away.  Remove domain admin rights and the issue returns for the user.
Any ideas?

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Hello,

I am attempting to access an application.exe file on my desktop. Each time that I click on it the Windows message, "Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item." pops up. I am the system administrator so this should NOT be a problem but apparently many out there are dealing with this as well. I can delete, move and even copy the file but I cannot run it. There is no option for override with password or grant permission. It just says that I cannot run it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Also, the system I am running is Windows 7 Ultimate x64.

Answer:Windows can't access file. May not have permission to access.

Hello KyRy, and welcome to Seven Forums.

You might check to see if you can right click on the file, click on Properties, click on Security tab, and make sure that you have Read & execute permission allowed (checked) for your user account or the administrators group.Permissions - Allow or Deny Users and Groups
If not, then you might see if you may be able to install and use the free program Unlocker on the file to have access to it afterwards.

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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I am running XP and have instaled a Canon PIXMA MP150 printer. I am attempting to change to quiet mode for the printer and receive this error message from Canon In Windows XP and Windows 2000, users who have not been granted access permission for printer management cannot change the Quiet Mode settings. T . How do I change this setting so I may make changes to my printer. Please help its very noisy in normal mode. Thanks

Answer:Windows XP access permission

Hi angp, welcome to TSF....

Do you have XP Pro or Home Edition?

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Recently I have been setting up a workgroup network comprising three Win 7 PCs and one XP PC.

Two of the Win 7s can each access the other three PCs, but the third Win 7 says that I cannot access one of the other two Win 7s because I don't have permission. Previously I could so by entering my username and password. I have turned off this requirement on all PCs, but even if I try to restore it I no longer get the opportunity to enter username and password to access the other PC. So everything works on the network except this weird refusal.

The XP can access the other three PCs, except strangely I need to enter username and password when accessing one of the three. Annoying, but I will wear it.

The inability to access one Win 7 PC from one of the other two Win 7 PCs is obviously much more of a problem. I would be ecstatic if I had to enter username and password rather than getting a straightout refusal.

I have tried without success to find where Win 7 is getting the notion that I, the administrator, don't have the credentials to access one of my PCs. Can anyone help me stop this inane message popping up?

Answer:Windows cannot access \\COMPUTERNAME. You do not have permission ...

Can you access the already shared Public folder on the said W7 PC?

If not, try turning off all firewalls, if you haven't already.

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Hello dears,

PC1 drive has folder1 and folder2.
I need PC2/User to access folder1 only and PC3/User access folder2 only on PC1 (through the lan).
Please advise.

PS: all have Windows 7.

Thank you

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Greetings everyone!

Decided to register here because I've been researching this issue for a few days but none of the similar threads has information that helped me solve my problem. Here, I will leave the report:


Code:
Diagnostic Report (1.9.0027.0):
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Windows Validation Data-->

Validation Code: 0
Cached Online Validation Code: N/A, hr = 0xc004f012
Windows Product Key: *****-*****-X92GV-V7DCV-P4K27
Windows Product Key Hash: aU2z1/fnhnLHmhBm699qYZT2E6s=
Windows Product ID: 00426-OEM-8992662-00400
Windows Product ID Type: 2
Windows License Type: OEM SLP
Windows OS version: 6.1.7601.2.00010100.1.0.001
ID: {C9FAD99A-8135-4B19-BDBC-036E1078DBF2}(3)
Is Admin: Yes
TestCab: 0x0
LegitcheckControl ActiveX: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Product Name: Windows 7 Ultimate
Architecture: 0x00000009
Build lab: 7601.win7sp1_gdr.150928-1507
TTS Error:
Validation Diagnostic:
Resolution Status: N/A

Vista WgaER Data-->
ThreatID(s): N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Version: N/A, hr = 0x80070002

Windows XP Notifications Data-->
Cached Result: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
File Exists: No
Version: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
WgaTray.exe Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
WgaLogon.dll Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002

OGA Notifications Data-->
Cached Result: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Version: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
OGAExec.exe Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
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Answer:Windows cannot access slui.exe (Permission problems perhaps? )

You have this in your log.






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Windows Product ID: 00426-OEM-8992662-00400
Windows License Type: OEM SLP
SYSTEM><Manufacturer>ECS


Which means your installation of Windows belongs to a Dell computer.
You have it installed on a Retail ESC aftermarket motherboard.

This installation of Windows 7 is counterfeit.

You need a proper media for Windows 7 and the proper matching COA key.
Then do a Clean Install.

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I have few computer at home with different Windows version, there are Windows XP, Windows Vista HP 32 bit and Windows 7 HP 64 bit. I have two share folder in the desktop using Windows Vista HP 32 bit, Share A is set to Full Control for Everyone and Share B has a permission access setting, allow few persons to access only. All computer can access Share A without problem. However, there is a problem with Share B. I only allow 3 users to access this share folder, 2 of them using laptop with Windows XP Home and Professional, they can access Share B without problem, the 3rd user using laptop with Windows 7 HP 64 bit (username is Jolene) can't access Share B, it shown "You have no permission to access...". I already double check the user name and password, there are correct. I try to login to the network using Jolene in other laptop with Windows XP, it can access both Share A and B. That means the username and the permission setting are correct in the Windows Vista desktop. I removed the anti virus in Windows 7 HP laptop, disable Windows firewall, or bootup in Safe mode with network support, but still can't access Share B. I think there is some setting which I missed, hopefully someone can help me to solve it. Thank you very much.

Answer:Windows 7 HP 64 bit Can't Access Vista Shared Folder With Permission

Does vista and win7 have an account named Jolene? If so... same password?

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I've created an Image Back Up; however, when I review the folder created it denies access to the folder "You don't currenlty have permission to access this folder". 

Questions 
1) I could change the ownership of this folder, but I'm not sure who I should change this to or if this is even required.  Should it be: 

Administrators (PC Name\Administrators)
OR
ME (PC Name\ME) 
Currently, The admin, and backup Operators have access to this folder and it still states, "You don't currenlty have permission to access this folder". 

I'm concerned that if I do need to perform a system back up, Windows will have an issue with the permission rights to reinstall Windows. 

Answer:Windows Image Backup - Don't have permission to access this folder

You normally restore an image by booting the machine into Repair Mode. In that mode you will not have any problems with access permissions.
You can modify the permissions of the image folder if you wish by giving full access to the Administrators group and the System account.

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On Windows7 Pro,  trying to run IIS.  The way I am used to execute is  on the browser "localhost".  I used to have the code in the directory  C:\inetpub\wwwroot.   Even before I copy,  I am hoping to see
the image IIS welcome page.  Once it is successful, want to copy the code as that was the way I used to do in Window XP.    However I am getting the following message.  I have administrator access to the machine and gave full permissions
to the folder  'C:\inetpub\wwwroot'.  Still the same message. 
Error message 401.3: You do not have permission to view this directory or page using the credentials you supplied (access denied due to Access Control Lists). Ask the Web server's administrator to give you access to 'C:\inetpub\wwwroot'.

Can someone help me to address this issue.  Thanks a lot in advance. 

Answer:Error message 401.3: You do not have permission to view this directory or page using the credentials you supplied (access denied due to Access Control Lists). Ask the Web server's administrator to give you access to 'C:\inetpub\wwwroot'.

Hi,


You can click the IIS hyperlink in my previous post or using this one

http://forums.iis.net/


Regards,

Vincent Wang
TechNet Community Support

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Ok heres the thing, i just got a computer today, my mate put it together and i have a legit version of windows vista business. I was recently downloading stuff for my computer and everytime i tried to open the instalation file it comes up with "windows needs your permission to continue". i click ok but the screen then sort of fades and then just never loads it? so i tried turning of the user account control, however everytime i do it comes up with the same message, "windows needs your permission to continue". If i try and change my firewall, or do anything with a shield marked next to it, it comes up with the message and the program never opens, forcing me to close it down in task manager. I am the only user on the computer and am an adminstrtor. i didnt set a password when i installed windows, and now i cant even change it. Please help this is frustrating me so much, i cant even find help on goodle. so yeh basically i cant install anything or change any settings. f any can help me at all please..... IM DESPERATE

Answer:help - can't access any settings or install files due to windows needing permission t

hi and welcome this may help clarify permissions and admin http://www.tech-forums.net/pc/f9/adm...ws-7-a-197772/ and this http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windo...windows-vista/

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I don't understand what they're asking for. It stopped letting me use it

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Hello everyone!

I come here with a "bug" that is really really starting to cause problems.

Firstly, I would like to direct you to this thread.

I asked for help on another forum and well you can see what we went through, however they were not able to completely solve the problem.

I've done some quick tests, and it has basically ended up being that whenever an exe file is involved, Windows will go crazy with permissions or something.

The behaviour is pretty much that I try to delete a folder with exe files in it, and it will tell me that I do not have permission to do so. If I go inside the folder, I can delete the files no problem. Once they're gone, I can delete the folder.

But other instances are that when I try to delete some files, the file will remain, but it won't be there, my computer will say that I need to specify the correct path. Then after a few minutes, the file will actually disappear.

This has become quite a nuisance, because for example, I need to run Punkbuster so I can play some games. Punkbuster runs 2 services, PnkbstrA.exe and PnkbstrB.exe

PnkbstrB.exe is created by PnkbstrA.exe when a game is launched and it's updated on-the-fly. This is a problem, since my system will then deny access to PnkbstrB.exe, so A can't delete/update or do anything to the file for a few minutes, and I'll just end up being kicked in-game because I don't have B.

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Answer:Solved: File Access Denied - You need permission to perform this action - Windows 7

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Dear Sir/Madam,

I guess that my Windows Vista computer has been caught by some malware/virus. The User Access Control keeps asking for permission to continue with an unknown Windows Command Processor program though I had cancelled the request. I have tried to use Malwarebytes Anti-malware and ESET Online Scanner in Windows safe mode (as I could not start these programs in normal mode) but it is still there after reboot. Based on the instruction on your preparation guide, the contents of dds.txt and attach.txt are shown below respectively. I would like to request for your help to get rid of it from my computer. Please feel free to let me know if you need further information. Thank you so much.
DDS (Ver_2012-11-20.01) - NTFS_x86
Internet Explorer: 9.0.8112.16455
Run by Lenovo at 6:50:54 on 2012-12-03
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============== Running Processes ================
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C:\Windows\system32\wininit.exe
C:\Windows\system32\lsm.exe
C:\Windows\system32\SLsvc.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccSvcHst.exe
C:\Windows\System32\spoolsv.exe
C:\Windows\System32\IgrsSvcs.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\AppleMobileDeviceService.exe
C:\Program Files\Bonjour\mDNSResponder.exe
C:\Program Files\Cisco Systems\VPN Client\cvpnd.exe
C:\Program Files\Symantec AntiVirus\DefWatch.exe
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Answer:User Access Control Keeps Asking For Permission To Continue With An Unknown Windows Command Processor Program

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While searching the web for a number of things using Microsoft Edge, Chrome and Avast SafeZone I came across:
Access Denied

You don't have permission to access "http://www.baskinrobbins.com/" on this server.
Reference #18.a6921602.1473777976.6a63591

and

Access Denied

You don't have permission to access "http://www.kroger.com/" on this server.
Reference #18.64ff4317.1473778078.15314924

What might be causing this?

Any ideas or solutions gratefully received

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moving some folders around to the server and forgot that that my email .pst file is kept in one of the folders that I started moving. vista bitched about that and i told it to skip file.... open outlook this morning and bam

deleted permissions, re-added myself and still nothing.
 

Answer:file access is denied, you don't have permission to access

nm.
 

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While searching the web for a number of things using Microsoft Edge, Chrome and Avast SafeZone I came across:
Access Denied

You don't have permission to access "http://www.baskinrobbins.com/" on this server.
Reference #18.a6921602.1473777976.6a63591

and

Access Denied

You don't have permission to access "http://www.kroger.com/" on this server.
Reference #18.64ff4317.1473778078.15314924

What might be causing this?

Any ideas or solutions gratefully received

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I seem to be having an ownership issue with just one of my folders, and I'm not sure why. Mainly I just want to know how to fix all of the subfolders at once though. I keep all of my documents and everything on a seperate HDD from the OS HDD. Well, I recently switched from the Windows 7 RC to Windows 7 Pro RTM, and now I'm having problems accessing the 'My Pictures' folder that resides on my "Documents" drive. It's weird, because I didn't have any issues when going from XP to the W7 RC.

Anyways, when I first went to open 'My Pictures' I got the dialog box saying "You don't currently have permission to access this folder. Click continue to permanently get access to this folder." Well, I went ahead and got that folder to work. The problem is, every single folder in 'My Pictures' and every sub-folder gives me the same thing. Being that I have probably 100's of folders in there, I can't sit here and click through every folder and set it up so I have permission to access it.

Long story short, I'm wondering if anyone knows a way to set the entire 'My Pictures' folder and all of it's subfolders at once so that I have permission to access all of them.

I looked around the net a bit, and I came across some stuff to do in Command Prompt, so I did it on my Documents drive, and it said it was successful, but it didn't do anything to the contents within it I guess, since I still... Read more

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A wire came loose in my laptop charger so I asked for a replacement, but the supplier was adamant that there was something wrong with the port in my laptop, not the charger (he was wrong), so they took it away to fix. Anyway, a member of their staff took my hard drive out to copy a couple of my files to a disk for me as I needed them asap and couldn't get my laptop charging. Apparently that's all they did.

Today I got my laptop back and things are not right. I am the administrator and there are no other user accounts on my computer. I am recognised as the administrator when I go on Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\User Accounts. But now all of a sudden I can't access Music, Pictures, Videos or Documents from the start menu. It just does nothing and says nothing when I click on them. I went on 'Computer' and tried to access them from the 'Libraries' menu at the left side. It didn't let me and didn't come up with any error message. It also didn't let me see the properties of them or do any of the other right-click options. It was saying at the bottom that they were completely empty, so I just deleted them and thought I'd make new ones with the 'Create Library' option. But when I go on this it says "Unable to create the file 'New Library.library-ms' Access is denied". I tried to restore the four Libraries from my recycle bin. It came up with a message saying "You'll need to provi... Read more

Answer:Windows 7 asking me for permission or saying I do not have permission to make changes

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THIS IS WHAT COMES UP
Access Denied
You don't have permission to access "http://www.loopnet.com/" on this server.
Reference #18.bfb46652.1497983865.cf216c7

HOW CAN I ACSESS THIS SITE?
 

Answer:Access Denied You don't have permission to access

For starters, where are you trying to access it from? Is this an Internet connection from home, college, business, etc? If it's a home connection, perhaps you should speak with your ISP to see if there are any issues. As for business and colleges: the people in charge of networking at these respective establishments would be the best bet.
 

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recently I have tried to get onto the ebay site and am confronted with
Access Denied
You don't have permission to access "http://www.ebay.com.au/" on this server.
Reference #18.a7b63b17.1481747416.7e30aa5

I have tried to get onto the site from all my computers and phones and get the same message.

any help would be appreciated.

my system info is:
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.4
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T6600 @ 2.20GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 4063 Mb
Graphics Card: LogMeIn Mirror Driver, 5 Mb
Hard Drives: C: 450 GB (74 GB Free); D: 14 GB (2 GB Free);
Motherboard: Quanta, 3624
Antivirus: BullGuard Antivirus, Enabled and Updated
 

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Thanks in advance for any help

I have a similar problem to this thread (https://forums.techguy.org/threads/access-denied-you-dont-have-permission-to-access.1182407/ ) but have been unable to solve. ive spent 2 hrs with my ISP Comcase) too and they are clueless

I have been trying to access several websites today and got the same Access denied message:
Access Denied
You don't have permission to access "http://www.nordstrom.com/" on this server.
Reference #18.8837b9d0.1482896198.1e76ae06
Websites tried:

Nordstrom
Ikea
Sacks5thave
off saks

Other stuff is working that I know of.

As part of my investigation I have done the following:

Tried the wesbties on other devices connected to the modem - same result. Sites wont work
Tried the websites using wired netwoek rather than wireless - same result
Tried the websites on my phones 4g connection - They all work fine
Connected to teh 4G hotspot on my phone with all devices and they all work fine.

The only logical conclusion for me is the modem has a problem but I wanted to chekc with people that knowmore than I do first to make sure

Sysinfo:
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.4
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Home, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700HQ CPU @ 2.60GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 94 Stepping 3
Processor Count: 8
RAM: 16269 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060, -1 Mb
Hard Drives: C: 237 GB (135 GB Free); D: 1863 GB (1648 GB Free);
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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.4
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2520M CPU @ 2.50GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 42 Stepping 7
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 8095 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) HD Graphics 3000, -1988 Mb
Hard Drives: C: 222 GB (48 GB Free);
Motherboard: TOSHIBA, Portable PC
Antivirus: Windows Defender, Enabled and Updated

Recently I have tried to get onto the ebay site and am confronted with
(just as the user stingas )
Access Denied
You don't have permission to access "http://www.ebay.com.au/" on this server.
Reference #18.1cb74117.1483190850.26a4cae1

I also tried https://www.ebay.com.au and still same outcome

Any help appreciated
 

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Question: Access Permission

I have downloaded some printer drivers and when I try to run the file I get this message:"Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have appropriate permission to access the itemHelp please!

Answer:Access Permission

you might need to start in safe mode to load this prog or maybe you have a restricted account and need to be in an administrative account to do this.

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Question: Access permission

OK I am new at this. I have a great database with fantastic forms querries and more. My permissions are usual Read Only, Read all and enter demographics, Read All and enter data, all access, and admin. All of my other users are working well. It is my Read Only users that I have a problem with. My read only users can only read one page, the initial page and cannot navagate to the other data pages I want them to be able to read, too. Any ideas would be greatly appriciated
Bruce
 

Answer:Access permission

Bruce, I have emailed you.
 

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In the attempt to run the setup of a program I get this:

?Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permission to access the item.?
I am the administrator. Usually, by right clicking the mouse, and selecting run as administrator, this does the job. Did not work this time. How do I solve this?
Suggestions on how to get around this?

Win7 Pro SP1 64bit

Answer:appropriate permission to access

What program are you trying to install? Does it tell you what device/path/file is causing the problem?

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i have to change my computer
i have an access data base
how ever i got an error message
"you do not have the permission to use"
can some one have an idee how to solve the problem
thank's
ofer
 

Answer:ms access permission

welcome to PCR

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308421

I guessing as you haven't supplied much information



 

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Question: access permission

I have my network finally able to see one another and can access public files. Some files I need to access I get a permission error, telling me I need to get permission from the administrator. I am the administrator so how do I give myself permission to do this. I did some Googleing but the only thing I can find is to right click file that I want to have permission and select properties. When I do It say I don't have permission to do this. How can I have full access to networked computer?

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Grrrrrrrr...

I am fed up with this stupid thing!

I need to copy a file to a usb drive. I AM The Administrator. DEP is Off. I have no software running that could stop this transfer like spybot tea timer, or an anti-virus.firewall. UAC is Disabled.

My Win 7 tells Me... ME I don't have permission to access the file! The very Nerve of this thing!

I am GOD on my PC and I don't want Windows interfering in MY business! Apparently this uppity Win 7 seeks to challenge it's master. Well it's time to stop that behavior and show it who's the boss.

Any ideas?

This is strange, because I was able to copy the folder the file is in, from the Downloads folder to my Desktop.. but now suddenly I don't have permission to access the file?

EDIT:
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Mod, I see you moved this thread from the security section.. ( I thought it belonged there since it is a security issue) But.. you renamed the title.. it was called " Baseball Bat - Meet Computer !" Why did you rename my thread? Change it back. I named the thread that title for a reason. I want my title back!

Edit, I am trying to change my title back from the Advanced Editor.. I still wish to know why you would do such a thing.

Edit: It only created a sub title. Please change my main title back.
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I also notice that under Properties, and the Security tab, I cannot change the permissions. I should be able to as I AM the administrator.

Answer:I don't have permission to access the file!

  
Quote: Originally Posted by DarkPhoenix


I am GOD on my PC.....

Apparently this uppity Win 7 seeks to challenge it's master. Well it's time to stop that behavior and show it who's the boss.

But.. you renamed the title.. it was called " Baseball Bat - Meet Computer !" Why did you rename my thread? Change it back. I named the thread that title for a reason. I want my title back!



I lol'd a lot.


ok, now back to the business:Follow the tutorial:
Take Ownership Shortcut
create take ownership shortcut.
Take ownership of that file.
Right click go to properties and now change permissions to Full control for your accoount.
Easy?

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Hi folks,
First, yes I have searched the forum and looked at other threads with the same error message but haven't found anything that helps. If I've missed something relevant please let me know.

System
Acer Aspire all in one
Win 7 Home premium 64 bit SP1

Problem description.
I am re-deploying a computer. I created a new admin user, then deleted all existing users. After a lot of sweat I found out about and applied the hotfix for KB article 2866086 and now all but the original admin users profile directories stay deleted!!!

However I still can't get rid of the original admin user's files. I have gone through the change ownership routine and turned UAC off but all that has done is that now when I log in as the new admin and try to delete the files I am told that I need permission from the login I'm currently using!!!

To add to my confusion, properties shows the root directory (C:Users/Old admin name) as containing > 7000 files and > 1000 folders. It is also shown with a lock symbol on the root folder although it is not shared. If there was a file equivalent in Windows for 'kill -9' I would have nuked the bloody thing.

I've even tried explaining that if it doesn't behave I'll re-program it with an axe, but Win 7 developers obviously haven't read The Hitchhikers Guide.

Short of reinstalling the OS from scratch has anyone got any useful suggestions?

Thanks in anticipation

Answer:Don't have permission to access folder - yet again

When I've run into stubborn cases I have booted to a Linux LiveCD or LiveDVD and deleted from within its file manager. Booting Windows next may give some squacks but running a reputable Registry cleaner helps. Many say not to use such a program but I've had no problems doing so. I don't use it until nothing else works and never as a routine thing.

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Hello,

I am on my Laptop, i have 3.5 IDE Hard Disk which is quiet few years old, my some Pictures and data is stored on it, now i am looking for few pictures of mine, and few notepads, i try to connect it on my laptop by using 3.5 hard drive ide enclosure caddy. problem is i keep getting ''you don't currently have permission to access this folder'' on few folders but not all of them, can anyone solve this issue?

Regards

Answer:you don't currently have permission to access this folder

Try Take Ownership Shortcut on the folders or drive.

Can you plug in the drive internally?

You can always Copy & Paste - in Windows Recovery Console or use Paragon Rescue Kit Free Edition 11.0 Free CD to another HD which require no permissions.

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Hello i am trying to use a keygen for avg and i can not seem to open it due to an error message. I have tried allowing the program in avg and going into the nvidia control panel to turn of the supposed firewall but it was not there and i still get the message please help.

Answer:You may not have appropriate permission to access this file

There's a free version of AVG available to download - http://free.avg.com/gb-en/download-avg-anti-virus-free

If you're using a pirate copy of the full version, we can't help as we don't offer support for illegally obtained software, cracks or keygens.

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Dear Sir/Madam.
Kindly solve the problem

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So I installed smartlaunch just to try it on my pc then I uninstalled it and then what happened is: When I restarted my pc I got a message saying "You dont have currently permission to access this folder" by desktop folder I clicked continue and I got that message "You have been denied permission to access this folder".Checked the security tab and nothing changed I am still the administrator and I have full permissions.What can I do?

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I'm hoping someone can help me. Recently my laptop has started denying me access to most of my programs. I cannot access any program that does not have the Run as Administrator option. I have Windows Vista and as far as I know I haven't changed any of the settings or security so I'm not sure why it is doing this all of a sudden. The code that I get reads as follows:

"Windows cannot access the specified device, path or file.You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item."
Can anybody tell me how to fix this?
 

Answer:Permission to Access Is Denied

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There are several threads on this subject already, but none of them helped.

This folder was created on vista so there shouldn't be that problem with transfering from xp that i've read about. I remember locking the folder manually somehow, I just cant get it to unlock.

The UAC is disabled both from the control panel and through msconfig's panel.

Thanks

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Hi guys,

Whn I am open one Access file (*.mdb) file it says :
You do not have the necessary permissions to use the <name> object. Have your system administrator or the person who created this object establish the appropriate permissions for you. (Error 3033)

How can i open this file... If anyone come across this problem pls let me know the procedure to open this file....

waiting for your quick reply.....

CUTE
 

Answer:Access Db Permission Problem

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Hello all,

I think this is my first problem i have encountered since i bought my laptop which is running vista. Ok, maybe it;s been only a few months but still...Also, i wasn;t sure in which section this should have gone, so if i messed up i apologize.

Basically, i installed World of Warcraft and it's expansions and started patching it. When patching from 3.1.0 to 3.1.1, the process kept stoping and 70% then just exit without returning any error in return. So i thought i should run the Repair tool and try again. Only now, when i tried to access WoW.exe i got this error:

"Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item."

So i came upon this little reg file called Take Ownership, i ran it but nothing has changed. Also, if i: right click wow.exe->properties->compatibility i cannot tick the "Run this program as an administrator" box.

My only options now, are a complete reinstall of the game and patches (but that's just wrong, because there has to be a more logical solution). If anybody has any ideas please let me know. I'd really appreciate it.

Thanks.

Answer:Cannot access file because i don;t have appropriate permission(WoW.exe)

WoW has been having problems with its servers. You may have to reinstall.

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Hi everyone, this is my first post.
Let me first apologize for my english :-)
I need your help because i'm getting crazy with some computer.
My office lan is quite heterogeneous : some PCs are in a local domain, other not yet.

One computer (let's call it PC-A) is a winxp professional SP2 with a shared folder for wich Guest and Everyone account permission are set up. This computer is not joined to the local domain.

The problem is that some computer (Win7) can access it and its shared folder , others can not.

More specifically i have a pc (PC-B) with Windows 7 Enterprise, not joined to the local domain , with a static ip that can access PC-A both with \\computername and \\ipaddress.
Another pc (PC-C) not joined to local domain, static ip, win 7 enterprise cannot access PC-A in any way (\\computername or \\ipaddress) but the ping works and so the remote desktop on PC-A.

A third PC (PC-D) , with win7 enterprise, is joined to the local domain(with DHCP and DNS server configured) and cannot access PC-A (the same as PC-C) . In local domain a DHCP server provides ip addresses in the same class of other pc in the lan not yet joined.

Hoping i was clear and provided the necessary information.
Can you help me to resolve this problem?
Thank you.

Answer:Cannot access \\computername. You don't have permission....

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Liuc


Hi everyone, this is my first post.
Let me first apologize for my english :-)
I need your help because i'm getting crazy with some computer.
My office lan is quite heterogeneous : some PCs are in a local domain, other not yet.

One computer (let's call it PC-A) is a winxp professional SP2 with a shared folder for wich Guest and Everyone account permission are set up. This computer is not joined to the local domain.

The problem is that some computer (Win7) can access it and its shared folder , others can not.

More specifically i have a pc (PC-B) with Windows 7 Enterprise, not joined to the local domain , with a static ip that can access PC-A both with \\computername and \\ipaddress.
Another pc (PC-C) not joined to local domain, static ip, win 7 enterprise cannot access PC-A in any way (\\computername or \\ipaddress) but the ping works and so the remote desktop on PC-A.

A third PC (PC-D) , with win7 enterprise, is joined to the local domain(with DHCP and DNS server configured) and cannot access PC-A (the same as PC-C) . In local domain a DHCP server provides ip addresses in the same class of other pc in the lan not yet joined.

Hoping i was clear and provided the necessary information.
Can you help me to resolve this problem?
Thank you.


Have you tried making adjustments to the local security policy which would allow access to shares on the XP machine from anonymous users?

This is supposed to hel... Read more

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I have a folder on the D partition on a computer that originally had XP on it that I formatted both partitions during setup and installed the OS on C: and I use D: for frequently used images and my Windows 7 themes images. I have a folder that has about 300 screenshots from various animes of some of my favorite characters. it has been there since the install in 2014. But now every time I try to access the folder, I get an error message you don't currently have permission to access this folder. and I have to allow it via UAC. I did a web search of the message and only found results about working with files in the root of C drive or system files. I found nothing in regards to a folder I created myself that has only jpg and png images in it. What could be the problem?

Answer:"you don't currently have permission to access this folder"

Are you logged on as administrator?

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I am trying to share drives with 2 other computers. I can access them from my Windows 7 computer. I can see the drives from the other computers, but get an access denied when trying to access from them. I have check everywhere, and have permissions all set for everyone. The other computers are running XP, Vista, and Windows 7, all can see this one, but not access it.

Answer:Access denied, you do not have permission

Please check out these links from Microsoft -

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/w...ing-essentials

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/w...ons-of-Windows

Regards. . .

jcgriff2

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This recently started and I now have seen this on 5 different computers. All computers have current Trend AV. The box pops up on just about everything, IE - some shortcuts to some site work fine, others hive the message.
My Computer properties, word, excel just about every program.
All of these computers were fine until 8/15 or so and I think it may be a Windows update that corrupted the permissions, but now you cannot get into the permissions to change those either.
Any help would be great.
 

Answer:Do not have permission to access this application.

Bump

Anybody.....Anybody
 

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