partition permissions?

Acer / Aspore 5100
April 30, 2009 at 03:01:43
Specs: xp pro, 1gb
i have xp with 2 accounts, an admin and a
limited user. when i try to format a partition i
want to use for data storage, i formatted it from
the admin account. the limited user account
couldn't access the disk management control.
problem is, when i do it this way, the limited user
doesn't seem to have the permission to access
the partition. i tried giving the limited user admin
rights by changing the account type. i formatted
the partition from this newly changed account
and was able to use it. when i changed the
account back to limited, though, i was again
locked out.

how do i format a partition so that limited users
can access it? how can i change whatever i
need to change for this partition so that
everyone can use it?

thanks,
BabaG


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#1
April 30, 2009 at 09:44:00
on the newly formatted drive make sure "everyone" is assigned with full control. You review this via the properties page and the security tab.

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#2
April 30, 2009 at 13:14:13
Also see inherit checkbox.

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#3
May 1, 2009 at 00:16:25
thanks for the tips. this is a new install and simple file sharing was on which threw me at first as the options you pointed out don't appear when it's on. once i found it and turned it off i was able to solve the problem.

thanks again,
BabaG


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