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05-05-2008, 03:16 AM
This might be a permissions problem so I'm going to suggest you try fixing that first via the most common suggestion.
Open the Disk Utility application in the Applications/Utilities folder.
Select the drive name, perhaps "Macintosh HD".
Click on the "Repair Permissions" button near the bottom.
Once complete, try double clicking on the Domain.sites file.
This Apple link
talks about the Repair Permissions action a little but perhaps deeper than your interest in it.
If the above does not work, I'll describe a more involved way to fix the permissions for that file, which is really a folder.
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