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Problems with write protected folders.

By lilja
Nov 23, 2006
  1. Hi,

    I am trying to copy a new profile to Default user on a Windows 2003 Server, and get an error because the folder is write protected as default.

    I have several times tried to remove the write protection by right clicking the folder in Windows Explorer, selecting properties and deselecting the attribute Read only (and ok)
    But when I go inn and check, the attribute is chosen again and I still can’t copy anything to the folder.

    Any one who knows how I can get rid off this attribute so that I can copy a new profile to the Default user folder???

    (I haven't had this problem in XP, it works easily there.)

    Thanks!
     
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