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File permissions issue?

Posted on 2013-05-11
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Hi,

I have a windows 2008 server and a folder share has a white coloured folder compared to the yellow coloured folder.

I have trying to replicate the contents of the folder to a NAS drive, but it is causing it to error as it says it cannot access the files. To synchronise.

I have tried to reset the permissions, etc but still no joy.

All I can think is there is something that is stopping this, and the folder is a different colour to the other shares that replicate correctly.

Any ideas?
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by:Dave
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Its marked "read only" , System" or similar. Right click on the folder and remove the hidden flag.
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No, I have checked this
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by:hopeleonie
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Can you post a print screen?
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Please see screenshot

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Can you try Unlocker and delete the folder?
http://www.emptyloop.com/unlocker/#download
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