I'm trying to delete a few files that I created, and I have full permissions on, on a Windows 2008 system.
The files are within a folder that I created so they are not system files of any kind.
The message box that pops up when I try to delete the file is titled "Destination Folder Access Denied", and the message is "you need to confirm this operation", with a continue, skip or cancel button.
I disabled UAC and rebooted to see if this would make the message go away -- it did not. However, with UAC disabled I am able to click on continue and the files are deleted.
With UAC enabled I had to provide elevated credientials before the files would delete.
What causes this behaviour and how can I remove it?