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Thread: How to disactivate "read only" property of Temporary Internet Files?

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    pcflight
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    How to disactivate "read only" property of Temporary Internet Files?

    However Temporary Internet File folder is a dynamic folder,it is set to "read only".
    Is there a possibility to disactive that property,and make it writable?
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

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    Howdy,

    Perhaps you can make it writable. I mean IE can write to it, why not you ??
    Dare I ask why you need to write to this directory ??

    Woodmann

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    attrib -s -h -r "C:\WINDOWS\Temporary Internet Files"

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    It must be doable - there is software claiming to do exactly that, and it's either freeware or shareware, using attrib may work but with an NTFS harddrive unless you have special boot disks (Winternals work), you'll need to do this in a dos window - chances are a dynamic file or folder will immediately reset itself .


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