You may also... SMART stats for the drives are also clean. To fix this problem, run secpol.msc from START. This is not an XCOPY issue, but clearly a windows/networking issue. have a peek here
Not the answer you're looking for? Also try creating a foldername that doesn't use "MyDocuments", i.e. Everything I've read suggests an issue with UAC and a known bug where the administrators group does not allow the appropriate permissions and the individual usernames need to be given permissions Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases
Usually, we have no issues giving Modify rights to folders via specific users and/or groups. Mine was somehow set to Guest. Thanks for all your suggestions and for bothering you all in the first place with a rookie mistake, didn't even cross my mind that DrivePool could be the cause of it. I have only one user account, the administrator's.
So try different scans: Start with your antivirus, do a boot time scan, next scan with an online antivirus, try other antimalwares; Super Antispyware, Spyware Terminator, HijackThis, ComboFix, AVG Antirootkit. Join Us! *Tek-Tips's functionality depends on members receiving e-mail. Pick a subfolder and change the permissions to not inherit, then set your permissions for full control only on that specific account. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
This thread shows an example of the complexity when copying data if there are symlinks/junctions involved. Windows Server 2012 File Permissions Access Denied CaptainNapalmMar 30, 2014, 10:44 PM Thanks for the input Chicano. On the other hand, if share permission is 'FULL', and NTFS permission is 'read only', user will only be able to read the exisiting files.We used to grant 'FULL' permission at https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/599180-access-denied-as-administrator-cannot-create-folders-files-2k8-r2-server I use a "net use" command to map a drive during the copy process.
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Good Luck Tags: PowerShellReview it: (98) 1 Jalapeno OP TechAssist-Rob Oct 7, 2014 at 10:55 UTC Thanks for the fast response Anthony. http://www.computing.net/answers/windows-2003/unable-to-create-new-folder-access-is-denied/10307.html RobT. 2 Pimiento OP sladeashford Oct 8, 2014 at 8:28 UTC 1st Post Hi Tech-assist Rob, 99% of the time this happens is because 1 folder/file will have Could Not Create Folder Access Is Denied Windows 10 Check your ACLs again and see if Modify is checked, but Write is not. Windows 2012 Administrator Access Denied Oddly enough, I can browse a couple directory trees, but none others, and even create a folder and do file mgmt off of the root of both PCs, just not most
I'm a domain administror with full access on the folder and I've taken ownership. http://brrian.net/access-denied/unable-to-delete-folder-access-denied-xp.html The effective permission is the most restrictive of the two.e.g. I can create new folders anywhere else (other folders), and can create new zipped folders, briefcases etc. Right click your Drive icon/ Properties/ Tools/ Error Checking.Run the System File Checker program from the Run Box by typing.....Sfc /Scannow in it and have your XP CD handy. Destination Folder Access Denied You Need Permission To Perform This Action
Event logs don't show anything relevant either. With CMD prompt pinned to my Start menu, I rightmouse and select Run as Admin and get this error on xcopy: C:\>xcopy "C:\Users\TRA\My Documents" J:\MyDocuments1-TRA /E /I /Y /M Access denied Creating your account only takes a few minutes. Check This Out Try running ChkDsk to check your drive for errors.
The 1st PC is a Dell Latitude CPx and the 2nd PC is a Compaq Presario 7478. I tried running this "< http://www.vistax64.com/attachment[...] derfix.reg>" and I ran malwarebytes. C:\> C:\>dir /al Volume in drive C is OS Volume Serial Number is 366C-7FCC Directory of C:\ 07/14/2009 01:08 AM
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Otherwise, your command syntax looks correct, assuming that the directory doesn't already exist on J:. The first sublevel, D:\data is not shared.A second sub level folder, D:\Data\TechincalStds, is shared as Read Only to Domain Users. The 'Network Access: Sharing and security model for local accounts' should be set to Classic. Then resetting all child permissions with inheritable ones.
Does anyone have any ideas?