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Please do what wannabe1 suggested to do in post #13. You need to take ownership of the files to be able to view them, and the link in that post tells you how.

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Excellent thanx very much

I took ownership of the files and was able to retrieve them

Thank You all for your help

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It should be covered in the link in post 13
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