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What to do if access to the Local Settings file is denied

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During Internet browsing, cache records will be saved in the Local Settings file. However, sometimes you may encounter an access denied message when trying to open the file. With this in mind, PHP editor Xigua has carefully prepared the following content for you, aiming to provide detailed solutions to help you easily solve the problem of Local Settings file access denied. Read on below for detailed troubleshooting steps and practical advice to quickly restore access to your file.

Local Settings file access denied solution

1. First, let us select the Local Settings folder, then right-click and select Properties to open.

Local Settings文件拒绝访问怎么办

2. In the pop-up window, select the "Security" option;

Local Settings文件拒绝访问怎么办

3. After entering, select "Everyone" and select the "Advanced" option to click.

Local Settings文件拒绝访问怎么办

4. In the Advanced Security Settings window of Local Settings, select "Everyone" (the type is Deny, indicating that the permission is not enabled), and click "Change Permissions";

Local Settings文件拒绝访问怎么办

5. In the Change Permissions window, Select "Everyone", click "Edit" to enter the permission item settings;

Local Settings文件拒绝访问怎么办

6. In the permission item settings window, check "Full Control", all items will become allowed, then click "OK" to close the window , you can open the Local Settings folder.

Local Settings文件拒绝访问怎么办

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