Windows 10: Is there a default for User Permission settings? Solved

  1.    14 Jul 2017 #1

    Is there a default for User Permission settings?

    As a less than knowledgeable computer user I stupidly changed my User "Permission Allow" check marks. I now get a "failed to enumerate objects in the container. Access denied." Of coarse I didn't write down what was originally checked off in the "Allow" box.

    Would there be a listing of default settings so I can recheck the 3 categories and boxes within them to original. "System", "My Name With email address", and "Administrators"?
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  3.    14 Jul 2017 #3

    Thank you for leading me in the right direction. I hope using step 4 was correct as everything seems to be working fine again.
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