Re: Unable to access folders
on the root of the drive (C: or D:, whatever) do this
This assumes you have advanced file sharing turned on
Right click > properties > security > advanced
Now go to owner tab and click "replace owner on all sub containers and objects"
Now as owner likely has permissions this should fix the problem.
And to turn on advanced file sharing if you havnt already
To Turn on Advanced File Sharing
In Windows Explorer, click Tools, then click Folder Options.
On the View tab, in the Advanced Settings area, click to clear the Use Simple File Sharing (Recommended) check box.