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Mohammed Khairy

Z:|| is not accessible.
the system detected a possible to compromise security.
please insure that you can contact the server authenticated you.



this was the message on ERP system program so please i cant reach to the programmer and my trainning program is off till you heelp me.

could you please get me your help.




Markoledaddio wrote:

Re: X:\ is not accessible.; Access is denied.
16-Feb-09

I had a similar problem

A tech from work advised me to connect the drive to a machine with X
Pro as Vista or XP home edition was guaranteed not to be able to do wha
I needed. I hooked up the disk drive to an XP Pro machine. Thi
allowed me to turn off a parameter in the security tab which the
allowed me to go to Properties, choose security. I gave that accoun
full priveleges to the drive. I then reselected Properties and went t
the Owner tab and I then set the Administrtaor account to be the Owne
with full priveleges. I then added an account Everyone and gave it ful
access to the drive. The account settings were reset by XP Pro and no
I have full access to the drive
I bought a second drive and have an off site backup arrangement tha
will be rotated monthly
Hellelujah and I really struggle with Vista Home edition not being abl
to reset the owner property for me

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Markoledaddio

Previous Posts In This Thread:

Re: X:\ is not accessible.; Access is denied.
Is X:\ a mapped drive, external drive, partition? Some more information
would be helpful

In the Disk Management console does X: show up as healthy

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Kerry Brow
MS-MVP - Windows Desktop Experience: Systems Administratio
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Re: X:\ is not accessible.; Access is denied.
On Feb 8, 10:39 am, "Kerry Brown" <[email protected]*a*m
wrote

Very unusual for an INTERNAL partition to be given "X" as a drive letter -
did you install this drive

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Re: X:\ is not accessible.; Access is denied.

X Y and Z are usually mapped networked drives. Was your machine part of a
corporate network at some point and now isn't

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Re: X:\ is not accessible.; Access is denied.

Was the drive partitioned and formatted from this Vista installation? In the
Security tab are there any Unknown Users with a SID but no user name

If the drive came from another Windows installation you may have to take
ownership then give yourself permission to access it. This is a two step
process. You have to take ownership then exit and restart Windows Explorer
before you can grant yourself Full Control

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Re: X:\ is not accessible.; Access is denied.
Once you have ownership you then have to give yourself the neede
permissions

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X:\ is not accessible.; Access is denied.
Whenever I try to click on X:\ in My Computer I get the following:

X:\ is not accessible.

Access is denied.

That's kinda funny given that earlier today, chkdsk /F was able to not
only run on the drive but actually told me a few filenames (the
records for those files had to be updated).

I ran Ubuntu LiveCD and was able to access the drive just fine from
that, as well.

My question is... given all this, why am I unable to access the drive
from Windows Vista? Sure, maybe the drive is going bad, but that
doesn't explain why Ubuntu LiveCD and chkdsk /F can access it and
Windows Vista cannot.

So, short of just abandoning Window Vista all together in favor of
Ubuntu, what can I do?

Re: X:\ is not accessible.; Access is denied.
On Feb 8, 10:39=A0am, "Kerry Brown" <[email protected]Msys-tems.c*a*m>
wrote:

According to Disk Management, the Status is "Healthy (Primary
Partition)". It's an internal drive and I'm not sure what you mean by
mapped drive. It's not a mapped network drive if that's what you
mean.

Incidentally, I right clicked on the drive letter, clicked on the
Security tab, and took a look at the permissions and... none of the
Allow permissions were checked off. I checked Allow under Full
Control for SYSTEM and Administrators and a few hours later they were
updated. Unfortunately, I still can't access the drive.

Re: X:\ is not accessible.; Access is denied.
wrote:
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Yup - it is indeed.

Re: X:\ is not accessible.; Access is denied.
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Yes - I changed the drive letter. Read an article suggesting that
might fix the problem so I tried X.

Re: X:\ is not accessible.; Access is denied.
On Feb 8, 1:23=A0pm, "Kerry Brown" <[email protected]*a*m>
wrote:
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The drive was partitioned (1 partition) / formatted under Windows XP.
There were only two users in the Security tab - SYSTEM and
Adminstrative user.

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The 'Current owner' was 'Unable to display current owner'. I changed
the owner to the currently logged in user (an Administrator; the only
Administrator), rebooted, and... it didn't work. Still can't access
the drive.

Was a little surprised it took pretty no much no time at all when
granting the Administrator and the SYSTEM user Full Access permissions
took a few hours...

Re: X:\ is not accessible.; Access is denied.

Go into the Advanced settings and make sure "Replace all child object
permissions with inheritable permissions from this object" is checked.

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Re: X:\ is not accessible.; Access is denied.
On Feb 8, 7:37=A0pm, "Kerry Brown" <[email protected]*a*m>
wrote:
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Presumably the fact that I gave the Administrators group Full access
permissions should give the lone Admin account I have full access
permissions?

None-the-less, I added that lone Admin account and tried to grant it
Full access permissions, as well, but, upon doing so, I got a bunch of
the following:

Error Applying Security

An error occurred while applying security information to:

X:\whatever

Access is denied.

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I take this back - I now have access to the root directory but a lot
of the folders contained therein remain inaccessible.

If I do each folder contained therein individually, I get access, but
if I try to do them all at once via the root folder, it doesn't work.

Any ideas?

Re: X:\ is not accessible.; Access is denied.
On Feb 9, 12:20=A0am, "Kerry Brown" <[email protected]*a*m>
wrote:
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I did that after doing "Replace owner on subcontainers and objects"
and it worked. Thanks!

I am still curious, though - the files, previously, had an owner of
'Unable to display current owner'. I was able to edit the permissions
for the Administrator group, all the same. This begs the question...
why wasn't my own account, as an Administrative account, able to
access the files when the Administrator group had been granted
permission to do so? Maybe this is due to UAC?

Of course, I don't know how to create a file with owner 'Unable to
display current owner', either. The only thing I can figure with that
is that maybe chkdsk /F can, under certain circumstances, delete the
owner information if not, perhaps, all security descriptors...

I have a similar problem with my G drive and have posted a description.
I have a similar problem with my G drive and have posted a description.
Have you had any luck?


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Markoledaddio

Re: X:\ is not accessible.; Access is denied.
I had a similar problem:

A tech from work advised me to connect the drive to a machine with XP
Pro as Vista or XP home edition was guaranteed not to be able to do what
I needed. I hooked up the disk drive to an XP Pro machine. This
allowed me to turn off a parameter in the security tab which then
allowed me to go to Properties, choose security. I gave that account
full priveleges to the drive. I then reselected Properties and went to
the Owner tab and I then set the Administrtaor account to be the Owner
with full priveleges. I then added an account Everyone and gave it full
access to the drive. The account settings were reset by XP Pro and now
I have full access to the drive.
I bought a second drive and have an off site backup arrangement that
will be rotated monthly.
Hellelujah and I really struggle with Vista Home edition not being able
to reset the owner property for me.


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Markoledaddio

i have hard is not accessible how i can accessible and save my data
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