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Access denied to my all users/Documents

C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersDocuments is not accessible.
Access is denied.
How can this be? I'm the administrator. I'm trying to grant access to the other users to an application. I'm running XP.

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Try booting up in safe mode, log in as the administrator. Then go into the security settings for that particular folder (right click, properties, etc) and check/change the settings. Reboot and try again.

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