Ankujuniyal9797 you do it by advance setting or what, any snapshot ? woosil As someone else said….go to start. HERE IS THE LINK http://depositfiles.com/en/files/rz7avhaft THE FILE YOUR LOOKING FOR IS CALLED "GrantAdminFullControl.reg" IT SEEMS TO BE MICROSOFT CERTIFIED TOO!! Reducing it to one seems to have solved all problems. Gil I had to tinker to get it to work. http://blackplanetsupport.com/unable-to/unable-to-save-permission-changes-access-is-denied-xp.html
If the security tab is missing you need to take additional steps depending on your edition of XP: For XP Professional open Windows Explorer and go to Tools > Folder options, I understand the need for higher security, I use basic account for everyday work and an Admin account for installing software or to config system. I haven't had any of the problems I have on the Windows 7 PCs at work and its FREE!!! Kalex Thanks alot for this guide, I've searched everywhere and this place offers the best explanation.
The tools that Microsoft have offered to fix this as usual do not work. share|improve this answer answered Aug 27 '09 at 13:35 Martin Hansen add a comment| up vote 0 down vote It was caused in my case by an open share lock from It allows me to check the box for full control but gives me those errors when I exit and doesn't save the changes. Steven Kor I highly recommend "Long Path Tool" useful in situations where you see these error messages: Cannot read from source file or disk, there has been a sharing violation, cannot
I would love to catch whoever is responsible for microsoft permissions in a dark ally! david palmer This is nuts, to have to change the permissions for each system folder, in older Windows folders you could just make the admin account a member of the appropriate goendul it doesn't work for my win7. Unable To Save Permission Changes On Grace Period After removing those two entries, finally I regained control of my files and folders.
My external drive is now error free. I paid my hard earned $$ for it and all I got is this lousy s###. Krishna krish Hey when i open windows reader or other metro apps the app is automatically closing with a error message "the app didn't start" plz email me Steve Borger I Useful SearchesRecent Posts Log in Sign up Windows Forum Windows 7 Forums > Windows 7 Help and Support > Dismiss Notice Welcome to Windows Forums.
By giving all permission to your account, you will be able to get complete control of a folder. Unable To Save Permission Changes On Appx Are people of Nordic Nations "happier, healthier" with "a higher standard of living overall than Americans"? David Ecklein Michael, I tried this. The files I am being denied access to are my own files that I have just created.
My user is Administrator. JP First of all, the steps you wrote are actually on my computer. Unable To Save Permission Changes Access Is Denied sonidrevaz Changing the owner does not work for me on Windows 7 - I get an error from Windows security : "Unable to set new owner on… You do not have Unable To Save Permission Changes Windows 10 Window 7 is the most ridiculous piece of crap I've seen from Microsoft in some time, and that's saying something.
This adds to my frustration with other blatant errors in Microsoft products that go unfixed. have a peek at these guys Rasika Perera Goto Start Menu, type "cmd", right click on it, select "Run as Administrator", i used *.lnk for this example you can use a specific file path(ex. "c:abc.txt") or another Boby THANKS!!!!!! Yes, my UAC is set all the way down. Unable To Save Permission Changes On Enum
Desktop has Windows 10 Pro. The file is named "GrantAdminFullControl" http://www.filestube.com/dc539bd3ba3628a203ea,g/GrantAdminFullControl.html Mike This permission administrator crap should never be an issue when you buy and own the computer. If your XP is a Home edition then that option is not available, you have to boot in Safe Mode or use the calcs command line utility: XP Home advanced file http://blackplanetsupport.com/unable-to/unable-to-save-permission-changes-on-access-is-denied-registry.html gives an error ms saying "cannot unlock, some other processes are still locking it" But wasn't that the point!!!!
But this permissions issue in Windows 7 underscores the "Nanny philosophy" that Microsoft has been pursuing for years. Unable To Save Permission Changes On Windows Defender No idea how the file got locked by norton, been accessing it all day. Home News Windows Downloads Security Edge IE Office Phone General Deals Forum About How to take full control of Windows Registry keys RECOMMENDED: Click here to fix Windows errors and improve
Access is denied.. I had it working before but forgot to write it down. folders when i lock the to folder bymistked "system"user locked waht should i do now Daniel DiGriz This is what I did, and it works for me: http://www.digriz.com/2010/08/fixing-windows-7-permissions-issues Gurunath This worked Registry Key Permissions Command Line That was the first thing I turned off.
Reema It worked. Now select your username in first dialog box and check the "Allow" checkbox given for "Full Control" option. Not the answer you're looking for? this content I had a copy of my old windows harddrive on a non-OS drive that had a "Windows folder" and even though I took ownership and set the correct permissions, I couldn't
The frustrating part is that any Freshman computer science student can write a text editor that is more reliable. I already commented before seeing yours. What can I do to prevent this in the future? mIcRoSoFt Sux Please, someone make a better OS Pleeeaasssse!
How to prove that gcd(m+1, n+1) divides (mn-1) Equation system with two unknown variables Print all ASCII alphanumeric characters without using them Detect ASCII-art windows made of M and S characters After I tried to remove username from (Properties>Security>Edit>Remove), this message appeared: "You can't remove because this object is inheriting permissions from its parents. It took forever and failed for a bunch of files including the one I wanted. "Access denied", of course. - Take ownership of the file. Why leave magical runes exposed?
Regards Randy #5 Trouble, May 3, 2012 rodger New MemberJoined:May 3, 2012Messages:12Likes Received:1 Thanks, Trouble. There are two points I would like to query here.