On one of my a partitions, Windows 7 is installed. I would like to delete this partition, but to backup before the following folder "E:\Users\Daniel". Just copying the folder doesn't work appropriately - some subfolders are missing (and also the size of the copied folder is less than the original).
So, I tried to remove the permissions setted to this folder to gain more access. Unfortunately, this hadn't work. Also setting my current Windows account as the owner has not taking affect. The next step I done is to tried it using higher privileges as the SYSTEM user. Also failed! All possible options and their combinations, which are available in the properties Window (right click on the folder named Daniel => Properties) I have tried.
It seems like that Windows has some hidden built-in security features to prevent me from copying my folder. Is there a easier way (maybe without Windows) to get rid of this security blah blah blah from this partition? How do I remove completely the permissions or is there are way to specify it directly on NTFS level (perhaps Linux?)?