Re: access denied on update folder
Date: Tue, 5 Oct 2004 15:07:35 +0200
"cedric" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> To get access to folder:
> Login as an administrator
> go to the specified folder
> rightklik and go to properties
> go to security
> put your account or all the administrators in the container and give them
> least read rights (if you want to browse the folder) or modify (if you
> to work in it (delete))
> I think the folder is a backup of windows updates!
Thanks for your response.
I'm trying to do what you suggest, but there seems to be no tab or button
"security" in the properties window of any folder I check. I think I do
remember that there used to be something like that. Can it be an SP2-thing?
I did use an account with admin rights when I tried to set the attrib rights
of that folder earlier (I did't mention that in my OP)
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