I how understand why I cannot access these junctions. When I bought a new PC
with Vista, I had to transfer my XP Outlook Express Inbox, and Sent
directories, but only the Inbox transferred. I was going to copy the Sent
directory into Windows Mail, but I cannot drill down into the Application
Data directory due to this 'access denied' junction issue. Comments?
"Ronnie Vernon MVP" wrote:
> Go to the following website, Jimmy B. has a very good explanation of
> Junctions and what they are used for on that page.
> Why do I get an Access Denied error when trying to open a folder?:
> Ronnie Vernon
> Microsoft MVP
> Windows Shell/User
> "Mick B" <MickB@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> >I have hidden files and show System files ticked / unticked in folder
> > options. I can see all files. When I go into c:\documents and settings I
> > get
> > access denied. This is a shortcut /junction. I am in the administrator
> > group.
> > Does anyone else have this problem? Thanks. Mick