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Server 2003 subdirectory will not open

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Hi everybody. I have a 2003 server that is not in a domain, it's currently hosting websites and i noticed that one particular directory is not allowing me access to it. I try and open the directory and i get access denied.

I can browse to the directory and when I click properties it shows no size and only two tabs, general and customize.
I have been trying to push the permissions down from the folder above and it works for the other folders in the directory but not the 1 folder.  

I tried to replace permissions entries on all child objects.
I tried removing inherited permissions from parent to propagate.
I tried to take ownership.
I tried deleting the folder.
I tried attrib –R command in dos.

all these get me access denied.
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by:caddlady
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Are you logged in as an Administrator?
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by:Paul S
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Sounds like it is corrupt. I would run chkdsk. Can you take ownership of other folders ok?
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Yeah, I am an Administrator. And I can't take ownership.
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Try to take ownership in safe mode.
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by:Yogalingam
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Try if any kind of lock folder software is installed and make sure that this folder is locked using these kind of softwares.

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by:Yogalingam
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sorry make sure that this folder is not locked using these kind of softwares

typo error
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This appears to be the same as your question here:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Security/Win_Security/Q_22044331.html

You should post a 20-point pointer to the original question instead of creating a new one.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/help.jsp#hi262

You might want to post in the Community Support forum and request that this be fixed.
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