On Windows XP I've made a copy of my home directory. Now I want to remove it, but there's a directory with two files which I can't get rid of:
N:\COPY-OF-HOME\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\CardSpace
The directory is read-only, and I can't change it (access denied). Cacls shows the following
Everyone:(special access:) READ_CONTROL SYNCHRONIZE FILE_READ_ATTRIBUTES BUILTIN\Administrators:(special access:) READ_CONTROL SYNCHRONIZE FILE_GENERIC_READ FILE_READ_DATA FILE_READ_EA FILE_READ_ATTRIBUTES
and I can't change it either. I do have the administrator privileges. For copying I didn't use any fancy tool, so I'd expect me to be the owner of the copy. Why can't I delete it? Do I need to boot Linux?