|InCD is a packet writing software application. It allows you to copy files to a CD in the same way as you would any other drive. It does a completely different job than power.iso and image burn which require an image of the files to be written to be created before anything can be written to the CD.|
The problem with InCD is that you also need InCD installed on any computer that needs to read CD written with in InCD. If you don't need the facilities of packet writing then you can safely remove InCD although it should not interfere with normal CD writing software.
I suspect that your Access Denied problem lies elsewhere.