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i lockt myself out of partition d with ntfs sec permissions and the security tab is now missing,
how do i fix this?
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i axidently clickt the denay on all the check boxes and now sec tab dosent show up
how do i take onership?
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post #3 of 3
If you have an administrator account set up, you can log in as the administrator and re-enable all the permissions again. What I am gathering from your couple of sentences is that you locked yourself out of the security settings tab on one of your partitions?

Is this a virtual drive or a physical drive?

You might be able to get back in by creating another account with administrator permissions. Log out of your existing account, log in with the new account, and access the Users and settings panel in computer management. From there you should be able to re-enable all your security settings and re-enable your D:\\ security settings.

But ultimately it sounds like your newly created profile will need to take ownership for that drive to re-enable the security settings for your other profile.
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