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Drive permissions ?

leclod
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I'd believe you're not the owner of those files and the drive however you do have acces to administrator group hence why you're required to request administration privilege.

 

Either add user to the permissions in drive and folders or change ownership to the user.

 

User = account you're using.

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I just moved my OS from one SSD to another with Acronis. This wen't fine I think.

Now I got a slight issue.

When I drag (copy) something on the new drive, windows asks for permission.

How do I change that ?

It seems I'm administrator.

It seems the Administrator is allowed to do almost anything.

So do you know what's up ?

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I'm willing to swim against the current.

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I'd believe you're not the owner of those files and the drive however you do have acces to administrator group hence why you're required to request administration privilege.

 

Either add user to the permissions in drive and folders or change ownership to the user.

 

User = account you're using.

I'm jank tinkerer if it works then it works.

Regardless of compatibility 🐧🖖

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55 minutes ago, BoomerDutch said:

I'd believe you're not the owner of those files and the drive however you do have acces to administrator group hence why you're required to request administration privilege.

 

Either add user to the permissions in drive and folders or change ownership to the user.

 

User = account you're using.

What do you call ownership, where do I find it ?

Edit : ok, I'm on it... this is such a pain, hope I didn't break anything already while improving nothing yet...

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I'm willing to swim against the current.

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