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    I Have No Security Tab In Folder Properties

    That pretty much sums it up. I have:
    Windows XP Professional Service Pack 1 (build 2600)

    In Adninistrative Mode >> Local Security Settings >> Security Options >> Administrator Account Status Is Enabled.

    In Adninistrative Mode >> Local Security Settings >> User Rights Assignments >> Take Ownership of Files and other objects Shows - Administrators

    Also when I go to the Recovery Councle when I try to CD to C:\Documents and Settings i get Access Denied

    What am I missing

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    The default setting for file sharing in WinXP Pro is "Simple", and when this is enabled the secuirty tab isn't visible. Disable "Simple File Sharing" and what you need should appear.



    The recovery console only allows access to %systemroot% and subfolders which means x:\windows or x:\winnt.

    http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000...c_rec_ivxb.asp
    Andrew

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    • #3
      I Have No Security Tab In Folder Properties

      Thank you ahinson

      How simple. That part is now solved thank to you

      In the recoverry Console when I make a CD Example

      cd "\Documents and Settings"

      That's when I get Access Denied

      Is
      cd "\Documents and Settings"
      wrong??

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        Re: I Have No Security Tab In Folder Properties

        Originally posted by Oscar Allen
        Thank you ahinson

        How simple. That part is now solved thank to you

        In the recoverry Console when I make a CD Example

        cd "\Documents and Settings"

        That's when I get Access Denied

        Is
        cd "\Documents and Settings"
        wrong??
        The recovery console only allows access to C:\WINDOWS or C:\WINNT and their corresponding sub directories. Attempting to access any other directory on your HDD will give you the error you mentioned.

        The reason for this is that the recovery console is a tool intended to be used to repair problems related to the OS or file system - it is not a shell.
        Andrew

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