No Permission to Access Any Further

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My new laptop can be able to access the drives in my older HDD. When accessing the e:users, I am receiving a message that says I have no permission to access any further. I tried changing the permission on security to owner but that didn’t pay off. I’m wondering if I have not changed the settings of security correctly and maybe there must be some Lenovo security lapses on their HDDs that is causing the problem. Do you have any idea about my dilemma?

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No Permission to Access Any Further

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What is the setup of your system? Does your other hard disk actually have an operating system in it? If it does, it must be same as your current operating system. From my experience I can actually access Users folder in my other hard disk. Also make sure if you that the security settings are in full control from an Administrator account. Also try setting up the hard disk in another system. Check if you can access the inside the users folder. Finally, try adding Authenticated User from the security settings from properties->security. It allows full control users to be able to access folders. Be careful and do not touch advance settings, as it may cause unstable policies in your system. Good luck with it.

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