Yo genuis.......no share was every enabled for the file. I turned
file sharing off at the global/machine level.
On Fri, 23 Feb 2007 10:51:21 -0800, "Shane Nokes"
>The genius who could have told you that you weren't the current owner of
>that network share. Oh wait, that wouldn't be you.
><thetruthhurts @homail.com> wrote in message
>>I downloaded a file and decided to delete it. Vista wouldn't let me.
>> I don't have permission. What gives? I can't delete some shareware I
>> downloaded and no longer want?
>> Any attempts at changing permissons etc are denied.
>> Properties/security/advanced shows "unable to display current owner".
>> I turn off UAC and reboot, it is an annoying, worthless piece of crap
>> Same results as before........nada
>> I turn off file sharing and voila I can now delete, no questions
>> Isn't that cute? So file sharing is the toggle for deleting those
>> pesky files. Who would have thunk it?
>> This has happened four times in the last month with a variety of files
>> that I have downloaded. All basic vanilla non-system files. One was
>> a PDF, one a mpeg, the other two rars.
>> What genius at MS coded this?