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The Folder “Toast 11 Titanium” Can’T Be Opened Because You Don’T Have Permission To See Its Contents.


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Hi,

 

I have had Toast 11 on my iMac for quite sometime. Yesterday I used it briefly with no issue and this morning wanted to try to burn a disc and received the above message:

 

"The folder “Toast 11 Titanium” can’t be opened because you don’t have permission to see its contents."

 

As it is only on my computer and not shared with anyone how does one go about giving myself permission?

 

Thanks in advance for any assistance.

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Select the Toast 11 Titanium folder in your Applications folder and choose Get Info from the File menu. At the bottom of the info window you'll see "Sharing & Permissions". Make sure the permissions for your user name and for admin are Read & Write. Then click the padlock on the lower right to unlock the gear button. Click the gear icon at the bottom and choose Apply to enclosed items. That should take care of it.

 

You also might consider running the permissions repair in Disk Utility.

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Select the Toast 11 Titanium folder in your Applications folder and choose Get Info from the File menu. At the bottom of the info window you'll see "Sharing & Permissions". Make sure the permissions for your user name and for admin are Read & Write. Then click the padlock on the lower right to unlock the gear button. Click the gear icon at the bottom and choose Apply to enclosed items. That should take care of it.

 

You also might consider running the permissions repair in Disk Utility.

 

Thanks tsantee.

 

It was odd when I just went back to look after reading your email it was working properly again. I was starting to go hunting around for the actual disc and do a reinstall. I have never run the permissions repair is Disk Utility so will look into that also.

 

Thanks again.

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