Destination folder access denied windows 10 regedit
Feb 06, 2012 · From the Properties dialog box, choose the Remote tab. Un-tick the checkbox "Enable Remote Desktop on this computer" under Remote Desktop section and click OK. For Windows Server 2008 R2: From the Computer Properties of System window, click on the Remote settings link. In the System Properties Window, click on the Remote tab. If you're copying/moving a file to or from a network location and getting this error, confirm that Network Discovery & File Sharing is enabled on both the systems (Source/ Destination). Disabling User Account Control. UAC also can deny access to a folder. this will be re-enabled later but must be done to check the problem. Using Advanced Sharing.