On my Windows 7 PC i have one Admin Account and one User Account. I want to deny access to the User Account, so i right click on the folder, go to security tab, select the user, click on edit and deny Full Control or just reading of the Folder to that specific user. Now when i want to access the folder from the User Account i have to give the Admin Account Password to proceed but the problem is that after that i get a message
you must use the security tab to gain access. Why is this ? How can i set the permissions so that after i give the password i can have the full access to the folder ? Or is this the way File & Folder permission work in general ?
The problem might be also that i don't know how File & Folder permission works, but i imagine that if i set the permission of a Folder to deny access to a User Account, that User will have to give the Admin password to be able to view the content of the Folder. So i don't understand why after giving the password i get the message you must use the security tab to gain access.
My User Account has not the permission to view the Folder. My Admin Account (SuperUser) has the Full Acess
This is the message i get after i give my Admin Password