Posted 02 October 2007 - 04:27 PM
Access Denied errors are different from the errors gotten when you've used EFS to encrypt the files (the option to "make private" when setting up the account). There's different approaches to recovering files.
Follow hamluis' link to get ownership of the files. The taking ownership thing is a bit "flakey" - so you may have to drill down in the directory structure and take ownership at each step in order to get deep enough to recover the files. Don't forget to tell the ownership thing to apply it's changes to the stuff below (it's a little checkbox just under the dialog where you select the profile to take ownership with).
If you still can't open them, then it's likely that EFS has been used - and you'll have to use another means to extract the files. Let us know and we can suggest alternate recovery methods.
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