- The root folder.
- The %SystemRoot% folder and the subfolders of the Windows 2000 computer that you are currently logged on to.
- The Cmdcons folder.
- Removable media drives such as CD-ROM drives.
- Install a new installation of Windows 2000 onto a separate partition or drive.
NOTE: If the permissions have been changed on all partitions and disks on the computer, you may receive copy file error messages when you try to install Windows 2000. If this occurs, you may need to move the affected drive to another working Windows 2000-based computer to make permissions adjustments.
- Start Windows 2000 (the new installation).
- Use Windows Explorer to give the Everyone group full control of the original volume's root folder and all system files and folders. You should now be able to boot to the original installation of Windows 2000.
- After a successful reboot into the original installation, use the information in the following Microsoft Knowledge Base article to re-apply default NTFS permissions to the computer:237399 Default NTFS Permissions Not Applied to Converted Boot Partition
For additional information about the Recovery Console, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
ID articol: 308575 - Ultima examinare: 19 iun. 2014 - Revizie: 1