Vista has hidden junctions, which, in Windows Explorer, are shown as hidden
shortcuts, with File Folder properties; they are used, in part, to redirect
program installations that rely on the old XP folder names and XP
locations). For example, "Documents and Settings" is one of those
junctions, and not a
folder as such (and yes, when clicked on, will give you an "access denied"
message). For more info, see:
"Steven Hilgendorf" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Why do I get the "Location is not available" box with the "Access is
> denied" error when I try to access some files and/or folders through
> Vista's Windows Explorer?
> I'm the only one who accesses this PC, so having multiple profiles would
> be completely overkill and unnecessary, if this has anything to do with
> the problem.
> Thank you,