Re: No "Security" tab for files
From: Jon Davis (jon_at_REMOVE.ME.PLEASE.jondavis.net)
Date: Wed, 26 Nov 2003 12:14:52 -0800
Aha, found this in a previous thread, sorry for the noize
XP PRO: In Windows Explorer, go to Tools, Folder Options, View and uncheck
Use Simple File Sharing.
"Jon Davis" <jon@REMOVE.ME.PLEASE.jondavis.net> wrote in message
> I'm getting "Permission Denied" in Windows XP Pro in an IIS ASP classic
> application, while trying to use the FileSystemObject to write a file.
> is a developer workstation.
> I'm used to using Windows NT Server, then Windows 2000 Server, then
> 2003 Server, as a combination standalone workstation/server for my office.
> am used to being able to freely modify the files' ACL using the Security
> in the files' or folders' Security tab. But after getting a new
> with Windows XP Pro, I see that the Security tab is stripped out.
> Is there a setting in the Local Security Settings or some other place
> I can have access to the security settings for the files, to return this
> Security tab?!
> I am a web developer and I cannot afford to have to upload to the server
> every stupid test run for my web apps, just to be able to write files on
> web server. Keep getting "Permission Denied", and I can't do a thing about
> it. The User access settings in the FP2002 web admin pages don't seem to
> help even when I add IUSR_[LOCALHOST] as an author.