Ask a question and give support. I got this working for myself by doing the following. Accessed its Properties. Oct 27, 2006 Microsoft Word 2003 Apr 26, 2007 Microsoft Word 2003 numbered list? http://internetpasswordpro.com/windows-2003/windows-2003-server-and-norton-ghost-2003-problem-long.html
He's having a problem that seems identical. windows-server-2003 share|improve this question asked Aug 28 '09 at 22:56 NoCarrier 174312 Probably duplicate. I was having "access denied" issues in XP Home and nothing worked UNTIL... attrib /? https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/326549/you-cannot-view-or-change-the-read-only-or-the-system-attributes-of-folders-in-windows-server-2003,-in-windows-xp,-in-windows-vista-or-in-windows-7
Default would be Administrators, Creator Owner, System, Users. I guess I'll see if that works. :/It "worked" but didn't fix my problem. Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Apr 14, 2005 Guys lets just face it.Every MS OS is crap. What I mean is the background of the check box is grey, as if only part of the contents share this attribute.
I have a whole disk with all directories read-only, and many things do not work on it because of this. ForumsJoin Search similar:HD failureYahoo email forced upgrade (again)[Thunderbird] Local Folders--Colorize Sub-Folder NameNeed Help Moving Music and iTunes Library from WinXP to Windows 7[XPPro] More Microsoft Updates For XP?Sharing an external hard Advertisement Related ArticlesWhy can't I remove the read-only flag from a Windows XP or Windows 2000 folder? 77 JSI Tip 3212. Log In or Register to post comments the (not verified) on Feb 18, 2006 Open explorer, select Tools/Folder Options/View, then unselect "display simple folder view".
Even when I TURNED the READ attribute ON in the windows GUI it STILL did not make the folder TRULY READ ONLY, but merely reflected that this was the case in Have a look at this question. I read that I should never log on to a Read-Only Domain Controller (RODC) with a domain administrator account. is r/o checked or unchecked?
Weird Issue Mar 31, 2008 Add New Comment You need to be a member to leave a comment. No, create an account now. god help us susomoy sinha Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Jul 20, 2005 attrib -r +s C:\TestDir /S /D didn't fix the problem for It's never really touched.
BTW I am using XP and the in the blue bar of the open document it says "DocumentName (Read-Only)" after I try to save it for the second time. Whatever. I works on it, then completes, and shows the box unchecked. That may be a fix, but I am not sure how that would effect other users.Where they encrupted before?To take ownership of a file, follow these steps: 1.
Log In or Register to post comments Please Log In or Register to post comments. useful reference Hope it helps. WTF? Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums Software Apps & Software Today's Posts Microsoft Word 2003 "Read-only"PROBLEM ByMrPsychotic · 5 replies Apr 5, 2007 Ok, so here's the story: everytime I open a
Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Nov 1, 2004 I tried but still I see that ugly read only flag Log In or Register to Brian Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Jun 3, 2005 None of these suggestions seem to work. I read that I should never log on to a Read-Only Domain Controller (RODC) with a domain administrator account.
Again, this is NOT a problem where the folders are read-only! The domain administrator is the only account that can change the contents of the drives. · actions · 2005-Oct-4 3:29 pm · skyroket81 edit skyroket8 Member 2005-Oct-4 3:55 pm Well, »support.microsoft.com/?id=326549 That could be your problem. Can I turn off the alternate keyboards in Messages How can asymmetrically powerful states be balanced? (AKA why don't legendary heroes rule the world) My users keep naming things with special
Malwarebytes 3.0 has gone to crap now what? [Security] by KoRnGtL15273. Faced the same problem of not being able to uncheck the Read-Only box. This step may not be needed.. get redirected here So I can't copy the file from other machines on my network.
Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Aug 5, 2005 I was chugging along fine, backing up data from my Win XP Pro laptop to a Ah there is the rub. I have done the security deal and change permissions on every user under the security tab to full, I am out of ideas...