Windows permissions issue Tags: Security Error Message Permissions Windows 7 Last response: November 28, 2012 11:06 AM in Windows 7 Share dewariv November 28, 2012 5:14:40 AM Hello, I had changed my E drive permissions, so that other users cant read o write in that drive, But now when i tried to restore it to the original it gives the the error message, and now even i cant use the E drive. More about : windows permissions issue | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove electronian November 28, 2012 10:20:42 AM What is the exact error message? Also, what do you mean, "when you try to restore it to the original"? | Report abuse Scott_D_Bowen November 28, 2012 11:06:28 AM Make a new Administrative user, then use that user to correct the NTFS Security tab back to defaults. - SDB | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Windows 7>Windows permissions issue> Related ressources: ForumInstall/uninstall failing, some MS Updates fail. Permissions issue ForumSticky Permissions /Access Issue on Shared Drive SUB Directory ForumCannot Edit Permissions for Windows 8 Registry Key Forum[SOLVED] MSI/Installshield Permissions Issues ForumWindows 2008 Permissions issue Forum[NFS] permissions issue ForumPermissions issue , profiles not accessable etc ForumWord 2003 and Windows 7 file permissions ForumHow to apply inherited permissions for an entire NTFS disk Windows 7 ForumError 1402 - Registry Permissions Issue ForumWireless Network - XP Home - Permissions Issue ForumRestore default security permissions for the hard disk partitions ForumPermissions ForumWindows 7 power user vs user permissions ForumAre External Drives Affected by Write Permissions ? ForumWhy did Bill Gates invent Windows? Forum[Solved] New windows 7 reinstall leaves me with (not responding) ForumBsod windows 7 64 bit update drivers ForumBsod windows 7 64 bit update drivers ForumBroadcom drivers for windows 7 64 bit More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !