Windows® Vista Access Denied
Write about Access Denied error on Windows Vista. Discuss the reasons for this error message and different ways to fix the issue.
Windows Vista is one of the very advanced Operating Systems from Microsoft. There are times when the "Access Denied" message might appear in Windows Vista. This might happen due to several reasons; an encryption feature in the disk is just of them to name. Encryption is supported by the file system and based on the access and denial permissions, you are able to access the disk.
Following are the reasons for the Access Denied error message in Windows Vista and different ways to fix the issue:
- Encrypted drive
- Permission list
- Give administrator rights
Encrypted drive makes use of the NTFS file system. The specialty of the NTFS drive is that it enables the computer to install the appropriate files. The NTFS file system is easy to use and configure. After formatting the computer in NTFS file system, you might give permissions for various users.
After using the encrypted file system, you might configure the permission list for a disk in the computer. The permission list is made by adding users with permissions. Accessibility of the drive by other users depends mainly on this permission.
You might need to login as an administrator to change the rights. The administrator might edit the polices setup like disk access and denial. When there are problems in the group policies, you might get the access denied message. In order to resolve the issue, login as an administrator and change the permissions of the particular drive.