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hi to all,

if you un-check from folder options this option

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then onother tab is show at any file/folder by right click -- properties

security tab

i want at the security tab to choose

all users and give the one more permission : write

for example the folder is : C:\Program Files\test

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thanks for any help.

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hi to all,

if you un-check from folder options this option

Posted Image

then onother tab is show at any file/folder by right click -- properties

security tab

i want at the security tab to choose

all users and give the one more permission : write

for example the folder is : C:\Program Files\test

Posted Image

thanks for any help.

Welcome to the forum. Get a copy of Auto3Lib from my signature. In the Examples folder is a Folders.au3 file that shows how to set the folder options. Just modify it to click on the new tab and click the permission that you want. If you need help with Auto3Lib, drop me a line in the Auto3Lib thread here in the Examples forum.

Auto3Lib: A library of over 1200 functions for AutoIt

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Welcome to the forum. Get a copy of Auto3Lib from my signature. In the Examples folder is a Folders.au3 file that shows how to set the folder options. Just modify it to click on the new tab and click the permission that you want. If you need help with Auto3Lib, drop me a line in the Auto3Lib thread here in the Examples forum.

i download your examples my friend but when i run one of them i take this message i try all your examples but the same error :

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the same error appears and if i edit them and run from editor.

thank you

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