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Try with the true "administrator" account. His standard account may now be
set to a "non-administrator" type account and will not store any changes to
"exg" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I have one person in our company that has Windows XP Home Edition.
> Suddenly (he says it worked before), all of his files are set to
> read-only. And if he changes the attribute and applies, it comes back.
> It acts like the folder attribute, and I've read all about folder's and
> read-only and how it doesn't do much, etc. This is with the files.
> Any ideas?