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Account Priviledges in Vista


caintry_boy
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Yep Jacee will steer you right, she showed me the light when I had similar query's :worship::lol:

But as I'm sure your aware (or will become during this) you do not have an admin account, at least not in the sense we all understand it, the actual admin account is disabled by default, you need to run a dos command to enable it, I'm actually running in the admin account proper on mine as I too found it too annoying with the prompts, but my daughter continues to use the normal account, and I have found that some programs when installed via thew admin account minimise the amount of nag screens you get in the other account.

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Well, it was accidental, but I found by reading another page (while looking for something else) that I had to take several steps and take "Ownership" of the file and had to "adjust" my rights as Administrator. In the long run, I got it worked out. Thanks for the links tho', I'm sure with my learning curve, they'll come in handy! :P

 

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