Access denied D drive. How to get access back?

#1
Hi
I created a guest account. I didn't wan't the d drive accessable to the guest account. Some how I now can't access d drive at all.
 


Josephur

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#2
Always remember in the NTFS world Deny flags always over ride Allow flags.

So if you have a folder/driver and add Everyone:Deny permission you've just locked every account out.

You can try running a command prompt as administrator, and to "takeown /r D:\", or right click the drive, properties, and take ownership back then set permissions. Hopefully you did not encrypt the drive...
 


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