I set permissions on a folder to "deny" for "everyone" Windows 2000 Server

Posted on 2005-04-13
Last Modified: 2013-12-04
Now I am locked out of that folder. How do I reverse this?  This is urgent! Please
Question by:sadrab
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    Expert Comment

    Login as Administrator and take Full permission of that Folder.

    Check all the allow button.
    Inherit the permission. Apply.

    Good Luck...
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    Accepted Solution

    Hi Sadrab,

    This link clearly shows how to Set permissions.

    Thank you,

    Good Luck...

    Author Comment

    I had already fixed it using another solution in Experts Exchange, but thank you for posting Sai.  I award you points because your solutions would have worked also.

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