DESTINATION FOLDER ACCESS DENIED MESSAGE WHEN DELETING EXE FILES

Discussion in 'Windows Vista File Management' started by aaquique, Feb 9, 2008.

  1. aaquique

    aaquique Guest

    IT IS ALSO HAPPENING WHEN YOU TRY TO DELETA A EXE FILE. I CREATE A EXE FILE
    FROM MY MACROMEDIA FLASH SOFTWARE AND I CANNOT DELETE ANY OF THE FILES THAT I
    CREATED FROM FLASH. THEY ARE PROJECTORS FILES BUT WITH THE EXE EXTENSION AND
    IT SEEMS VISTA IS CONTROLLING WHAT YOU DO WITH YOUR FILES. I DEACTIVATED THE
    UAC AND CHECK TWICE THAT I HAVE FULL CONTROL OF THE FILE BUT STILL CANNOT
    DELETE IT. I´M GETTING CRAZY WITH THE DESTINATION FOLDER ACCESS DENIED
    MESSAGE THAT I GET EVERYTIME I TRY TO DELETE A EXE FILE CREATED BY ME.

    WHAT CAN I DO?????????????????????????
     
    aaquique, Feb 9, 2008
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  2. aaquique

    Bob Guest

    The first thing to do is to turn off your caps lock. Using all caps is
    considering shouting. Using multiple question marks with all caps makes it
    even worse. One simple little question mark will work just fine. Ok?

    Now go here:
    Add "Take Ownership" to right-click menu in Vista
    http://www.petri.co.il/add-take-ownership-context-menu-vista.htm
     
    Bob, Feb 9, 2008
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