C drive permissions and Prompt to do anything

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    thepunisher

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    Hi,

    Running build 5270 and can't remove an "unknown" account from the C drive permissions or change them.

    I am on a domain, a domain admin, and in the local admin group.

    Tried a few things, any ideas?

    How about stopping the "permit or deny" application running prompt?
     
    thepunisher, Mar 6, 2006
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    Jason

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    Your gonna need to explain what it is your talking a bout, its a little confusing.
     
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    manikm

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    i know exactly what he means cos i'm in the same boat.

    im a domain admin, andhave admin permissions wherever i login.

    on the windows vista pc, i cannot create a folder on the c: drive, nor can i copy files to the c: drive.

    "access denied"

    even when logged in as local administrator it does the same.

    when i goto explorer, and right click the c: drive, and goto security- i cant add in domain administators FULL CONTROL - where in XP you can do this without a problem.

    I guess the question is : How can we change NTFS permissions on the c: drive>?
     
    manikm, Apr 27, 2006
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    BobBrines

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    I have the same problem with a different twist. The folders that appear on the "Favorite Links" menu show as shortcuts in the folders view, along with Application Data, Cookies, etc. However, System32 is available. Go figure!



    I need to get into Application Data. Any hints would be appreciated.



    Bob
     
    BobBrines, Apr 25, 2007
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