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Directory Access Denied by Explorer, Attribute=HSN

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by tnix, Apr 3, 2009.

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    I tried to acess a Directory (Application Data) and received a message "Application data not accessible. Access is denied" I checked the file attributes for this directory and found it to be "HSN". I noted several other directories with the same attributes and that I couldn't access any of them (including Documents, Desktop, Start-Menu, Templates). All other directories with attributes like N, SN or AN were accessible).

    What does HSN mean and how do I change it so I can access these directories?

    Thanks,

    TNIX
     
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    Does anyone have any idea how to change these file attributes?
     
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