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I was playing with sharing rights on another computer with partition C. Something has gone wrong, because when I run my system i get "Access denied" message when trying to read C content. however:

  • I was able to run system
  • In total commander I get type: cd c:\program files and .. I am in ...

Something I have messed up ..

Can anyone tell me how to fix rights?

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migrated from Nov 20 '12 at 11:17

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cacls c:\ /G Administrators:F

did the trick.


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