Permissions

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Security' started by Johnny Fosse, Jan 29, 2009.

  1. Johnny Fosse

    Sam Hobbs Guest

    First, if the question was asked in a new thread, it would have gotten more
    answers. You might disagree, but it is not an opinion; it is a fact.

    Second, if the question were just a question asking for help, instead of
    being a dump of emotions, then it would have gotten answers.

    Third, if the question was specific, it would have gotten answers.

    Finally, if it asked about a specific problem that needed a solution, and if
    anyone knows the solution, it would be answered. Instead, the question asked
    for help with a solution to an unspecified problem.
     
    Sam Hobbs, Apr 4, 2009
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  2. Not true in my case. I have enabled the hidden administrator account
    and It's there beacuse I can log in to it. I have a couple of files
    not related to the system (not even on the boot drive) that won't go
    away. I have checked that there is full control access and still get
    "You need permission to perform this action" when I try to delete
    them.

    Any suggestions about how to lose these would be appreciated.
     
    Oliver Costich, Apr 16, 2009
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  3. Johnny Fosse

    jonathanboon Guest

    I am the administrator for a company and have recently changed the
    permissions on a number of folders containing images. As soon as I had
    changed the permissions people who I had kept as full access users were
    unable to gain access and myself as administrator were locked out.

    When I went to change the permissions back, all of the permissions
    names had disappeared and it took me ages even using the server itself
    to get back in..

    Any ideas why they have disappeared and how to get them back without
    going through thousands of files?

    Cheers Jonathan:confused:
     
    jonathanboon, Apr 20, 2009
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  4. Johnny Fosse

    Sam Hobbs Guest

    You are more likely to get the best answers if you create a new thread.
     
    Sam Hobbs, Apr 20, 2009
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