|30 Nov 2011||#1|
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"Require admins permissiosn to change folder" but i am the admin
My laptop only has one user account, mine, and its an admin. I tried messing aroudn with Homegroup but i turned it off and now i cannot do anything with my documents, i get the error "You require permissions from MYLAPTOP/TomHart etcetc..." but that user (as far as i know) is me.
1) How can i find out if thats my account or if for some reason mines changed/my documents owner has changed
2) Anyone know how i could fix this?
I tried using CMD running as admin and used TAKEOWN on the file but i still get the same error.
Im 95% sure its something to do with Homegroup cause before that it was fine, now its messed up.
Any help/advice appreciated
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