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I got this working for myself by doing the following. Click OK. 8. New Rogers Ignite plans [Rogers] by VHS394. It is well worth checking out. –Craig Feb 9 '10 at 17:14 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote You can also use the attrib command to ensure the properties http://itreader.net/server-2003/server-2003-event-viewer-error-every-5-minutes-re-dns-server.html
to set properties, - to remove properties. I uncheck it, hit OK, and apply it to "this folder, sub folders, and files" and it goes through the progress bar of marking all the sub folders and such. Why were old fortifications shaped like stars and not like circles? Changing the attribute from either the command prompt or Properties has no effect... https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/326549/you-cannot-view-or-change-the-read-only-or-the-system-attributes-of-folders-in-windows-server-2003,-in-windows-xp,-in-windows-vista-or-in-windows-7
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Basically, files are ok, but the shared folders on my 2003 server are still are showing as read only Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Mar 29, 2005 Unfortunatly the above does not work for all users. Hope it helps. Make sure that in Windows Explorer->Tools->Folder Options\Use Simple File Sharing is UNchecked. 3.
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When I go back into the properties of the folder, it's halfway marked as Read Only again, and so are all of the sub folders and files.I can add other attributes her latest blog PowerShell is the definitive command line interface and scripting solution for Windows, Hyper-V, System Center, Microsoft solutions and beyond. I read that I should never log on to a Read-Only Domain Controller (RODC) with a domain administrator account. Or maybe you want a better explanation than provided in the manuals?
All the files are not marked read only anymore, but the folders still are. Is there some third-party file-shredding utility that can do what Windows apparently cannot? If so that could cause the check box to become rechecked. http://itreader.net/server-2003/server-needed-to-run-server-2003.html Print reprints Favorite EMAIL Tweet Discuss this Article 77 Anonymous User (not verified) on Jun 9, 2005 Problem: Can't delete directories as they refuse to release read-only attribute.
Then add it back into IIS. · actions · 2005-Oct-5 8:13 am · davePremium Memberjoin:2000-05-04not in ohio