|Help! I did a fresh XP SP2 install on my rig with three HDs - C: for WinXP and programs, and D:\ and E:\ for My Documents (my Administrator account and my son's user account).|
Now I cannot access data between D:\ and E:\ where I could before the fresh install. I have the drives set to "share", and when I click PERMISSIONS on the SHARING tab, I get the dreaded "This has been shared for administrative purposes only. The permissions cannot be set." message.
I have simple file sharing turned off, and have added my Administrator account to the Security tab on the target drive - no dice.
I've resigned myself to the idea I cannot override the error message, so is there a way to change the disk config so that:
1 - I can access the files on D:\ from my E:\ drive (D:\ is my son's, and I am Administrator)
2 - Everything continues to work as-is on D:\ when my son logs on to the PC - My Documents, My Music, ZUNE, etc.
I've been beating my brains out on this, so any help would be greatly appreciated -- or else I'm looking at another install.