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|Windows Vista File Management Issues or questions in relation to Vista's file management. (microsoft.public.windows.vista.file_management)|
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I'm trying to organize my photo files and moving various folders between
I am the only person using this laptop, I have Vista, I have permissions for
all users wide open.
I create a directory/folder and then I try to move another folder into it
and get the following error:
Destination Folder Access Denied
You need permission to perform this action
I've created these folders and photos using the one and only username on
I own the folders and photos.
I open Properties on the folder and I see it's set to READ ONLY so I unclick
and also click OK to confirm attribute changes:
Apply changes to this folder, subfolder and files is
I go back into properties and READ ONLY is checked again.
I don't even know if this is the cause of the problem.
So I go to the D drive where the folders/files are located.
All groups and users have full control checked.
I do not understand why some folders can be copied to another folder while
others cannot. It's not a consistent issue.
Anyone else have this problem?