Windows 7: Cannot access Local Settings 01 Jun 2010 #1 jeh Win 7 Pro 35 posts Hobart, Tasmania Cannot access Local Settings I used Easy Transfer to transfer I would like to backup (via copy) the files in the folder (outlook data files, templates, etc) but I can't get to them to do it... General Discussion User account - Local SettingsI purchased a new Dell 1764 Win 7 Professional about 2-weeks ago and have been learning how to use Win 7 - I consider myself Vista has certain folders that are the same > as in XP. http://tawish.org/vista-cannot/vista-cannot-rename-folder.php
share|improve this answer answered Oct 1 '09 at 14:43 Joshua 4,1611621 2 +1 for mentioning bad programmers! –Jared Harley Oct 1 '09 at 14:44 I turned the UAC It's just a pointer to the new location which you will find under c:\users. What next? >> > >> > "Andre Da Costa[ActiveWin]" wrote: >> > >> >> Try disabling UAC first in Control Panel > User Accounts > Turn User >> >> Account >> Perhaps Razor2.3 or yourself paul1149 could provide a better step by step procedure?
More About Us... How can I save a file to a new location from inside Vim? I'm trying to browse to folder "c:/Documents and settings" on my MS Vista-machine and I keep getting an access denied window. arkhi View Public Profile Find More Posts by arkhi 02 Jun 2010 #5 jeh Win 7 Pro 35 posts Hobart, Tasmania Thanks Arkhi.
Vista account administration No Access to Documents and Settings Folder?Supposedly I am the Admin on my own computer.
Default >> file locations have changed in Vista, from previous versions of windows. >> Look closely and you will notice that there is a shortcut arrow on the >> Local >>
Leslie "Ronnie Vernon MVP" wrote: > Leslie > > The Local Settings folder is not a real folder, it is a Junction.
Vista account administration Cannot access Users/user/Local SettingsIn XP I was able to go to "DocSet/user/LocalSettings and recover temp files, like movie clips, that had been downloaded by my browser.
I tried to how your do in XP but it must be different.
Vista General Access to y Documents and Settings folderHi I have Ultimate SP1.
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My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Mc Donald's OS Mc Donald OS Version Beta CPU Awesome Beef Patty Motherboard Lettuce (It's green!) Memory Pro 1 KB Memory Graphics Card Tomato FX10 I can get to that folder! Navigate to the folder that has the folder in question and give the command dir /al Junctions are indentified by and the folder it points to is listed at the I tried to > change permissions for the folder (including in Safe Mode) and got access > denied? > Any ideas will be appreciated. > My System Specs You need to
To see the actual folder it points to open an elevated command prompt (from Start type in cmd, then right click on it at the top and choose Run as Administrator). Software ▼ Security and Virus Office Software PC Gaming See More... Vista has certain folders that are the same as in XP. It's for compatibility reasons.
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New 15 Apr 2007 #3 dean-dean Guest Re: Can't Access the Documents and Settings folder Vista has hidden junctions, which, in Windows Explorer, are shown as hidden shortcuts, with File Folder primary & 23 in. Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/561549 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? weblink There are no files in a junction.
All it contains is a pointer.
New 16 Apr 2007 #9 glamart Guest Re: Can't Access the Documents and Settings folder I was wondering about "Users" also - thanks! -- "Bruce Sanderson" wrote in message news:[email protected] And you have to be logged in under a passworded administrative account. There are no files >> in a >> junction. >> >> The files that you would normally find in the Local Settings folder are >> now >> located in the C:\Users\your No, create an account now.
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I can't get to the folder. I tried to change permissions for the folder (including in Safe Mode) and got access denied? Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows Vista > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent The problem is the programmers who are bad at their jobs.
Vista file management access the Documents and Settings Folder in Vista Home PremiumI need to access the Documents and Settings Folder in Vista Home Premium. Stay logged in Welcome to Windows 8 Forums Welcome to the Windows 8 Forums where you can ask questions or find answers on anything related to Windows 8 and 8.1. Report • Start a discussion Ask Your QuestionEnter more details...Thousands of users waiting to help!Ask now Weekly Poll Do you think foldable phones will come out in the future? What next? "Andre Da Costa[ActiveWin]" wrote: > Try disabling UAC first in Control Panel > User Accounts > Turn User Account > Control On or Off > -- > Andre >
Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. jeh View Public Profile Find More Posts by jeh 02 Jun 2010 #4 arkhi Windows 2000 5.0 Build 2195 787 posts Quote: Originally Posted by windowsapple Try What's the secret for permanent permission...