How to provide permission to copy a folder.

  rayhalvey 09:46 22 Jun 14
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Whenever i try to copy a folder into my platform it comes up with "You will need to provide administrator permission to copy this folder". I am the only user of this PC and the owner. My operating system is Windows 7 and I would very much appreciate any help as it is driving me daft.

  spuds 12:48 22 Jun 14

Isn't there a tick box to say you are the administrator?.

If that isn't the case, then perhaps some other forum member might have the answer?.

  alanrwood 17:52 22 Jun 14

Or search Google for a program called "Take Ownership" which will do it for you. It adds a right click menu item to Windows Explorer.

  Forum Editor 18:45 22 Jun 14

Transferred to Tech Helproom from Tech Consumer Advice.

  AroundAgain 19:28 22 Jun 14

I seem to remember having to Right click on the folder/file icon in order to claim Administrator rights before I could proceed. I can't remember what it was I was trying to do but I did manage it after Right clicking and clicking on Admin rights or something.

So, maybe give that a try? Nothing to loose ;)

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