Under the control of SFP or system file protection.
Since I don't know exactly what folder or file you are trying to change, I can't offer more.
I thought I was fairly tech "savvy" all things considered and usually find a solution sooner or later to these kinds of problems through forums or friend help, but i'm at my wits end here. Im an admin on my computer, the only user profile, and im simply trying to undo the option "read-only" of my program files folder under its properties. when I try to apply the change, I'm told to provide admin permission which i do, then in the process of converting the folders, I'm given an "access is denied" message on several of them. no other explanation or context so its up to me to figure out the problem.
On a help forum I'm told I need to allow full control in the security tab to the selected user (myself), which in trying several methods to do so I'm confronted with the same pop up message as before, "access is denied". So after countless hopeless attempts and roundabout solutions to take out the block, I'm left wondering what possible hope is there if it doesn't even let me change anything in security permissions?
what do i do? It doesn't make a bit of sense. give me questions about the context if i left out any crucial details. Its just a windows 10 file system problem, possibly user account cluster f*ck I have no idea how to use these file windows.