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string Name;

public partial class Form1 : Form
public Form1()

public string Name = @”C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\All Files\*”;
public void clearReadOnly()
foreach (FileInfo file in File.GetFiles(Name))
file.Attributes |= FileAttributes.ReadOnly;
foreach (DirectoryInfo dir in Directory.GetDirectories(Name))
dir.Attributes |= FileAttributes.ReadOnly;
MessageBox.Show(“Read-Only attribute has been cleared.”);

The program seems to work as it should.
I should mention that this is just a quick-and-dirty script that I put together to get my job done, so I’m pretty sure it has more potential for issues.
This is my first time posting on Stack Overflow so I apologize if I’m doing anything wrong.


You are accessing the FileInfo and DirectoryInfo objects outside of the foreach loop and assigning the attributes of the File and Directory objects. You need to access them in the foreach loop.
foreach (FileInfo file in File.GetFiles(Name))
// Remove the ReadOnly attribute from the file.

You are then also accessing the Name property after the loop, but this is outside the loop which is not allowed and the result is a blank string.
To fix this either move the name access and attribute removal inside the loop, or use string.Replace.
Since your properties are private, they do not get set or changed by other classes, so you can just use the Setter property.
string Name = @”C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\All Files\*”;
public void clearReadOnly()
foreach (FileInfo file in File.

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Read – Only is the attribute that this function will clear.
It’s a simple macro that reads all the files and folders from a computer and checks if their Read – Only attribute is equal to Read.
The function is created using a macro, because it doesn’t need any reference to the function in the code.


(This macro should be opened, with the help of the contextual menu, with the “Edit” option)

Option Explicit

Private oShell

Private oFolders

Public Sub Init(v)

Set oShell = CreateObject(“Shell.Application”)

oFolders = oShell.NameSpace(v)

Set oFolders = Nothing

oShell.Items.Copy “C:”

Set oShell = Nothing

End Sub

Private Sub SetReadOnly(v)

Dim s, t, f

s = “c:\readonly.txt”

t = “”

For Each f In oFolders.Items

If f.Attributes And 1 Then

If f.Attributes And 512 Then

If f.Attributes And 1 Then

If f.Attributes And 8192 Then

If f.Attributes And 32768 Then

If f.Attributes And 16384 Then

If f.Attributes And 262144 Then

If f.Attributes And 524288 Then

If f.Attributes And 1048576 Then

If f.Attributes And 2097152 Then

If f.Attributes And 4194304 Then

If f.Attributes And 8388608 Then

If f.Attributes And 16777216 Then

If f.Attributes And 33554432 Then

If f.Attributes And 67108864 Then

If f.Attributes And 134217728 Then

If f.Attributes And 268435456 Then

If f.Attributes And 536870912 Then

If f.Attributes And 1073741824 Then

If f.Attributes And 2147483648 Then

If f.Attributes And -1 Then

t = “”

End If

End If

End If

End If

End If

End If

End If

End If

End If

End If

End If

End If

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What I want to do is to program a console application that should let the user select a network drive to be used. And after it has been selected, it should loop through every file on that drive and clear the Read-Only attribute (and change it to Read).
I have tried to do this with the code that you can see below. This code creates the progress bar and also it starts the process of clearing the Read-Only attribute, but what I do not know is how to loop through all the files on the selected drive and clear the attribute.
Is this possible? Can anybody help me?
Thanks in advance!
static void Main(string[] args)
var dirInfo = new DirectoryInfo(“c:\”);

FileInfo[] files = dirInfo.GetFiles().Where(x => x.Attributes == FileAttributes.ReadOnly).ToArray();

var fileInfo = new FileInfo(args[0]);
var startInfo = new ProcessStartInfo
WindowStyle = ProcessWindowStyle.Hidden,
FileName = fileInfo.FullName,
Arguments = args[0],
CreateNoWindow = true,
UseShellExecute = false
var process = new Process();
process.StartInfo = startInfo;


The LINQ query you use to get all files with attribute FileAttributes.ReadOnly gets you all the ReadOnly files in one “shot” – there is no loop involved.
So, your next step is to iterate over the list of FileInfo you have

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