Have SSD from a PC that has win10 installed on it, nothing wrong with the disk. I connect it via sata cable to a different win10 pc and slave it Basically doing a simple data copy from a Win10 disk that will not boot or from one you forgot the login password to, I just want to get the data files out of one user account's My Documents folder. So I am using a second windows 10 pc.
This is all with local user accounts in Windows 10, no domain stuff. And I have admin rights on either disk.
I slave the given SSD off whatever sata port, boot that PC and the disk in question shows up as J: for example. I want to copy everything out of J:\Users\John\My Documents
I can navigate into J:\Users no problem. It is when I click to enter the folder
John I get the You don't have access to this folder popup. I am admin on this PC (logged in as C:\Users\ron), so I click continue to give me permission to enter that John folder.
When I do this I get a progress bar that takes 5+ minutes. What is Windows 10 doing when it does this? Why does it take so long to enter a folder like this when it first says you don't have permission to do so but then gives you the continue button to give you permission? Going back to Win7, and winxp days, I never had a problem slaving a windows disk to a running windows pc and accessing any folder, now with win10 there is this overhead of accessing folders.
Is there any way to bypass this delay when doing a data copy like this? Besides booting a linux system and mounting the disk with ntfs-3g (which I have done and there is zero delay to access said folder) ?