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With administrators right when I go to open a txt file I get Access denied?
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can you right click on the file, choose properties, then the security tab click on advanced.  Check the permissions tab and the owner tab.  I have not seen it happen to a text file but on other files if the owner is System or if somehow all of the permissions have been removed it will give you that error.
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by:Frank Freese
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In the Owner tab I get Unable to display current owner
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thank you
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