I saw the post above about XP-AntiSpy, and that's exactly what it was!! I can now stop banging my head against the wall. The resource you are looking for might have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable. Thanks sewag says: 5 years ago from my windows 7 desktop, i have mapped d as a network drive and it show up in the explorer . http://rss4medics.com/cannot-access/server-2003-cannot-access-the-specified-device.php
I right clicked it and it gave me the option to allow it to run. Luke Cohrs November 26, 2012 at 5:41 pm # I found I started getting this problem after updating from IE7 to IE8.. Thank you. Gude September 29, 2009 at 4:11 pm # Ok. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/942091
marking Each time you launch an executable (or script) from Explorer that has this named data stream, either on the same machine or from a network share, you'll get the security I know for sure that I am an administrator as only user on the computer. I went into Safe Mode and I set the password for the user. dollarch says: 6 years ago None of my icons on the desktop will open, can't open Firefox, can't execute RESTORE, can't add/delete programs, no matter what I try, it says: "Windows
I still get the "Windows cannot access" notice. It's happened so far on every file I've tried to do a run as on and we have two administrator accounts and neither one's credentials seem to be working. I checked security and the user has full control in the folders etc. Windows Cannot Access The Specified Device Path Or File While Opening Word My problem is definitely related to the anti-virus problem, however, how it came up is unique to pretty much everyone here.
muchas gracias!! Windows Cannot Access The Specified Device Path Or File Windows 10 thanks for the share.. After hours of work, one of the last programs I tried to install was an old American Heritage Dictionary program that had suddenly stopped working months ago. I can open folders, but cant run .exe.
David Tormey says: 6 years ago Under Windows 7, disable any antivirus application and re-try. Windows Cannot Access The Specified Device Path Or File Virus But your fix worked. Save and go. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Re: Problem Solved by jpeters · 10 years ago In reply to Problem Solved Thanks Jody,That worked great! In XP and 2003, you may be surprised to see this same security window appear when you open a file after saving it to your local drive.
It worked for me! Scroll the list until you find "User" and double click on it. 9. Windows Cannot Access The Specified Device Path Or File Windows 7 I have Windows XP SP3, all recent updates installed. Windows Cannot Access The Specified Device Path Or File Explorer.exe Windows 7 In this post, I will talk about the different ways you can try to fix the following error: Windows cannot access the specified device path or file.
DadTheAdmin says: 5 years ago I found this behavior on the account used by the wife and kids who are not as savvy about avoiding deceptive pop-ups that trick you to Get More Info I now guess I could also have solved it by adding the path specified to the list of Trusted Sites within IE, but I am glad that this has worked out. After thinking it was a User Account issue, then an AVG Firewall issue, to no avail, I opened the interface to Online Armor and there it was telling me it had Fixed my problem. Windows Cannot Access The Specified Device Path Or File Microsoft Word
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The unblock action on the properties tab did it for me. Windows 10 Cannot Access The Specified Device Path Or File but why would it happen on some servers and not on others? Is it something you have to enable? 0 Habanero OP DouglasJ May 19, 2010 at 11:47 One .dll was not removing.
Thanks Trent February 7, 2010 at 8:07 pm # You rock…not sure why this changed or what happened, but this fixed the problem that we were having on a WINDOWS 2003 Good that i found this site. Thanks a million! Windows Cannot Access The Specified Device Path Or File Windows 7 My Computer Even parts of my control panel are giving me that error message.
How is it possible, that the internet options have influence on the NTFS rights? The folder was set up as a work computer and the others wanting access were set as home so I expected some problem but not for the two homegroup ones to O.o richhein April 1, 2011 at 6:14 pm # Turns out I was installing AVG 2011 onto a server. http://rss4medics.com/cannot-access/server-2003-cannot-access-the-specified-device-path-or-file.php NEver would have solved this without this info.
marcwing says: 6 years ago Im Running windows xp , & renaming the folder Authentium works for me. Look down at the bottom. Also, what version of Windows are you using? I'm trying to open ElderEdit at the file path: "C:Documents and SettingsLoungeDesktopOblivion mod savegameElderEdit." It gives exactly the error mentioned in this topic.
Loading... It turned out to be anti virus software called AntiVirus5. Loading... Cheers, Jenish Ox Stan Lee May 12, 2010 at 9:19 pm # Spot on… Thank u so much.
When you copy an EXE file from another computer to a Windows Server 2003 box, there is what is called a blocked property set on the file. If you’re not running a server, read on. Mine was set at "enable" chged to "disable" TU SOOOOOOOO much. I can click control panel, but I can't go to user accounts to add a new admin user so that I can delete this current admin user.
However when I'm in as a restricted user ( or even as administrator ) and I try to Right Click and "run as" it allows me to enter the credentials and Just ran a regular update on my Server2003, installing IE8, and it changed my Internet security settings on its own. I tried to save the old account by changing from admin to user then changing back to admin but that did not work either so I just deleted it. All suggestions, solutions, advice and opinions come as-is with no warranty or responsibility implied.