Ok, I already created a thread and it said, I should visit another thread, and if the problem isn't solved to create a new one with more details. So here I am.
I have, the following Problem:
I own 4 Hard Drives, 1 internal SSD with 250GB, 2 internal HDD with 1TB and 750GB and an external HDD with 2 TB. I'm using Windows 8 by the way.
The HDD with the problem is the one with 1 TB. I use this hard drive to install my games, save backups and for my dropbox folder.
The path to the hard drive is D:\
This is the folder structure of the hard drive
I'm an administrator and have full permissions to every folder, except for D:\Games. The context menu of the folders are all identically except for the games-folder.
I marked the changes in red. The symbols, which indicates that I require admin permissions to rename or delete is displayed.
The funny part is, that I can rename the folder without any problems. I don't get any confirmation dialogue or anything else. I rename the folder and it works without any problems.
But, when I want to move something into the games-folder or any sub-folder, I get the following confirmation dialogue
I now press continue and it works, but it's still annoying that I have to do that every time
When I'm in another folder in D:\ I have this options when I want to create something new with the context menu
But in D:\Games I have only the following option
However, when I create a new folder, I don't get a dialogue again. But when I want to delete it, I get the same confirmation dialogue again to confirm, that I'm administrator.
I have no notifications displayed, so it shouldn't be a problem because of that
I already took ownership with this registry "script"
When I want to do this on my own with takeown /f D:\Games or takeown /f Games, I get the following notification
Here a comparison when I do right click and properties to the security tab
Folder without problems
Every group or user name has full control
Folder with problems
Jeder = Everyone Rest of the users and groups have full control
I also did this
attrib -r d:\games /s
And this didn't work, too. It's annoying and I don't know why it is like this and what to do. Any help?