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Attempting to enable read/write permissions for XP Pro over LAN

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by MatrixX, Nov 22, 2002.

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  1. MatrixX

    MatrixX Thread Starter

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    I'm trying to enable read/write permissions to a folder on a lan but under attributes the read only checkbox is enabled even if I uncheck it, click ok, and reopen the properties window it will be checked again. I think that is why people are telling me they cannot upload.

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  2. bhill

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    Sorry, I don't know the answer to your question but can I ask you one? How did you copy the screen shots that you posted with your question. Is it possible with XP pro without buying extra software?
     
  3. MatrixX

    MatrixX Thread Starter

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    Press "Print Scrn" above your arrow keys. Then Go Start run type "mspaint" and once the program loads hit CTRL+V When you want to post it to the web it is recommened to save it to a jpg or gif because it takes up less space then bmp. I don't think IE will even display bmp files.

    I however used Adobe Photoshop.
     
  4. bhill

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    Thanks Matrix,
    It worked. Good tip about changing from .bmp to .jpg
    Brett
     
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