program to let acces private forlder


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Esteve Valentí

Hello.

I have one disk plugged by usb to my computer and need to copy the "My
Documents" (into Documents and Settings of one WinXP disk) to a local
disk... but I have not permission and when I make my user "Propietario"
to let permission appears a lot of thime one window to confirm a lot of
files.

I need one mode more easy to let permission to this folder... some
program or utility.

Do you know some program or way to let permission easy ?

Thank You !
 
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Steel

Hello.

I have one disk plugged by usb to my computer and need to copy the "My
Documents" (into Documents and Settings of one WinXP disk) to a local
disk... but I have not permission and when I make my user "Propietario"
to let permission appears a lot of thime one window to confirm a lot of
files.

I need one mode more easy to let permission to this folder... some
program or utility.

Do you know some program or way to let permission easy ?

Thank You !

<http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/wind...idden-administrator-account-on-windows-vista/>


<http://www.blogsdna.com/2159/how-to...sions-to-access-files-folder-in-windows-7.htm>
 
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Dave-UK

Esteve Valentí said:
Hello.

I have one disk plugged by usb to my computer and need to copy the "My Documents" (into Documents
and Settings of one WinXP disk) to a local disk... but I have not permission and when I make my
user "Propietario" to let permission appears a lot of thime one window to confirm a lot of files.

I need one mode more easy to let permission to this folder... some program or utility.

Do you know some program or way to let permission easy ?

Thank You !
I think you need to ' take ownership ' of the files and folder.
You can download a registry file from several websites that
create an Explorer context-menu . Just Google 'take ownership'.
As an exercise, I've written a small program to do the same thing.
You are welcome to try it out if you want to:
http://www.mediafire.com/?ckn5r8ilnxkh6jc
 

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