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Solved: Help! Can't Access XP Profile Even With Admin Login


Pull the slider all the way to the bottom... So thanks! This command line utility that can be used to modify security descriptors and NTFS file system permissions. Go Edit > Find and type the name of the folder you just KO'd.

This is highly irritating to say the least. In Desktop Authority, if understand it correctly, it is possible to flexibly move profile settings between computers and reconstruct the original customized profile as-is on any supported hardware or software configuration Gauravgargy12 Thknx your process is Good.. Go Start > Run and type regedit followed by OK. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/254888-45-error-load-user-profile

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As we keep saying CLEARLY, there is NO option (as of now OR you can say as we know) to active administrator account if you don't have user of administrative privileges So, if I wish to do such things to my computer, how do I go about doing that? It would be great to have a different, workable solution. What an option, huh.

  1. So please make sure, you are running command prompt with "Run as administrator" option by right click on that.
  2. let it work its magic.
  3. Navigate to your directory using cmd or PowerShell (Or better yet, use the 'open command prompt here tweak :) ) You can perform the following from any location but navigating to
  4. Thank you!
  5. thanks DapperMan :) Thursday, April 26, 2012 12:31 PM 0 Sign in to vote oh god please help.
  6. Easily fixable by just right clicking and going to security and changing the permissions, adding that new user.
  7. Techexpert April 5, 2016 at 12:56 pm Yes, we understand that, Please turn off the UAC setting from control panel: Go to control panel ->> user account ->> change user account

Anything else? Apparently, I have the same problem too….. PS. Windows 7 Safe Mode Ken Cook Ken Cook I have been,for hours, scouring the Microsoft site in an attempt to solve this problem, the google search too.

Try it. while typing this question i got quik idea to try and worked suprbly follow if having same problem go to safe mode add stndrd acnt with any name add pswrd to I have no security tab on old folder. Also let me know which antivirus are you using on this computer.

Let us know if your account allow to do so. Windows 7 Password Reset What a hassle. The solution was to log into each client as the local machine administrator, leave the domain, reboot and rejoin the domain. This problem is being encountered because there is a DENY Access Control Entry (ACE) to Deny access to the EVERYONE group, stamped on many system folders throughout the file system.

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I reinstalled Windows XP ona different drive, then went back to original OS drive to copy my Favorites, My Documents, etc. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/237839-i-cant-login-my-user-account-help.html Going forward, I got more involved into Scriptlogic's products-it seems they offer the whole range of server-management specific products-and I am now thinking about their Desktop Authority http://www.scriptlogic.com/desktop_management.asp . Locked Out Of Windows 7 I have a problem like this, but at Windows 2003 where the server do not give me the ownership... User Profile Cannot Be Loaded Windows 10 I spent three hours to realize my problem was related to ownership and not to process lock.

Please navigate to the target file/folder. 2. If you put the hard-drive back in after you take ownership to run a repair do you have to relinquish ownership? (Windows XP) If yes, do you reverse the process? But somehow local user lost admin privileges. Any small amount would be appreciated. Windows 7 Forgot Password

Dan Rogy Hi BRAJESHWAR, Thank you for your post regarding access denied on windows xp If it will not work, from my side I can also recommend to try http://LongPathTool.com Senthilnathan Test the issue again. Please revert back for any further help. This post was very helpful in getting the user profiles migrated with minimal fuss.

Boyd Sarah Riblon This was excellent information. Icacls Gaah!!! Needless to say, I nearly died.

Click the Advanced button and click the "Owner" tab.

I had to start the computer in safe mode. Here’s what worked: desktop was exactly the same all of the programs that I checked appeared to work including Word and Excel. Since then I can access all the folders and files (as far as I can see) except for one, which of course is the most used and important. System Restore Windows 7 In this way, the new local account we've created has been changed to Administrator.

Why in the Hell didn't include XP Home in it's fixes I'll never know. Details on that can be read here http://support.microsoft.com/kb/236621 . Thursday, December 03, 2009 2:37 AM 5 Sign in to vote How to Take Ownership in Windows and access locked files and folders1. Suzanne Wow!

how would I open it? Don Wednesday, June 16, 2010 3:42 PM 0 Sign in to vote Hey Folks!