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E: drive folder not accessible

I have 80 gb hdd in my home computer, i have create three partition C,E and F and installed two os, one is xp pro. in drive C: and other is win. server 2003 in drive E:, In back both OS were working fine but now i have faceing problem. I am not able to access or copy any E: drive folder it,s giving error E:\ drive not accessible, access denide..
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Sorry buddy the win server 2003 locks the content in its installed drive when trying to use it from another OS usually this problem occurs when you try to change some settings in that OS
however you can revert this by editing the gpedit.msc profile in server 2003 run menu

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