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Thanks X JohnnyMartini Brilliant! This feature is not available right now. It's not joined to a domain, there's nothing obscure and no policies applied to it or anything like that, pretty much 'vanilla' with a few hard drives and network shares. Help Desk » Inventory » Monitor » Community » Win 2003 ALL How-tos Win 10 Win 8 Win 7 Win XP Win Vista Win 95/98 Win NT Win Me Win 2000 Source

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Saved my life.... Reply With Quote 08-05-2005,01:59 PM #4 apochmara Guest Re: Unable to Create Home Directory Share File System Permissions: W:\Home DOMAIN\HelpDesk - FC DOMAIN\Domain Admins - FC SYSTEM - FC Administrators - Loading... Copyright © 2000-2016 Brajeshwar

Also, that username and password is not working even if used it. My questions is - what access does the group need on the server in order to create the share? Nov 28, 2011 I have a issue that i am at a loss as how to solve it. You Do Not Have Permission To View Or Edit This Object's Permission Settings Server 2012 Fredrik Many thanks!

You can try this link http://www.deletelongfile.com also. J. That is easily overlooked and an absolute pain in the butt, (I never use deny unless I have absolutely no other recourse). Now a question.

how would I open it? Unable To Save Permission Changes Access Is Denied the Admin cannot get the file security info... Try adding your account to one of those groups on the computer that the directories are on and see if that helps. i also create a user with name test.

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and did the CHKDSK /F, but still not doing it... http://www.computing.net/answers/windows-2003/unable-to-create-new-folder-access-is-denied/10307.html Thanks SOOOO much for this! You Do Not Have Permission To View Or Edit This Object's Permission Settings Windows 7 My problem is that I accidentally dragged and dropped one of my data folders to a folder with a really long gobbledegook name - this is probably some kind of system You Do Not Have Permission To View Or Edit This Object's Permission Settings Windows 10 Worked perfectly once I realised I had to log on in Safe Mode as the original Administrator rather than my newly created Administrator.

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I have unjoined from the domain and rejoined to the domain and I still cannot change the default permissions on C:. However, the user has "Access denied" when trying to create a new file or folder at the Cadd folder level.Lou H. I've also removed all permissions from both the share permissions and the directory/files and started from scratch adding my account with full control without luck. have a peek here system always prompts "unable to create files, access denied..."Would appreciate if anyone could assist me on this issue.

Either just the reboot I did, and some process let go of control of it, or because I turned off UAC. Unable To Save Permission Changes On Grace Period I was able to move my docs into the new profile and am now the owner of a working computer thank you thank you thank you. Just what I was looking for.

Not sure what else I can do so that the Domain Admins group can write to this directory.

Ken Cook I have been,for hours, scouring the Microsoft site in an attempt to solve this problem, the google search too. Somehow my license for it had become deactivated and one of the limitations of an inactive license was not being able to create new folders. When I look at the properties of the folder and click on the Security tab, a message pops up saying: You do not have permission to view the current permission settings Unable To Save Permission Changes Regedit Reply With Quote 08-05-2005,01:44 PM #2 apochmara Guest Re: Unable to Create Home Directory Share More info - here is the Security Event Log error: Event Type: Failure Audit Event Source:

Domain Users have Read&execute, List folder contents, and ReadPermissions to this folder.As a Domain Admin, I have given Full control to a single user, and a group that contains the user,to Reply With Quote 08-08-2005,08:00 AM #8 apochmara Guest Re: Unable to Create Home Directory Share Thanks. Adrian Does this methord work if your recovering files from another machine that has died? http://brrian.net/unable-to/unable-to-create-the-folder-new-folder-access-is-denied.html Dave GREAT< After all the crap suggestions I found and tried it was a breath of fresh air to find this and have it work.

Dario de Judicibus There is a simpler way that does not require in XP Home to go to Safe Mode. Start TweakUI 3.