domingo, 31 de maio de 2009 21:29Hello!I have some problems with security stuff in windows 7 RC.I got both Windows XP and 7 on my PC and on windows 7 i can't move some files that i've created on XP. Windows deny me access even if i'm administrator! Every time I try it says i need premission for that. I tried owning folder and file and still nothing.Also, there should be possibility to pernamently 'allow program to make changes in computer' cuz it's really annoying when i have to press allow every time i try run any program... Or meaby it already exist but i can't find it?
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terça-feira, 2 de junho de 2009 19:18Hello KAMLOTTON,
Have you tried changing the NTFS permissions of the folders you are moving from?
As for the second part of your question, the User Account Control prompts can be changed in 2 places. One way is to use the slider in the Action Center panel or the more granular way is to go to Local Security Policy>Local Policies>Security Options. At the bottom of the security options list is the UAC policies where you can shut off certain aspects or the whole thing entirely. I recommend the first option since turning it off altogether can be a bit of a security risk since its meant to stop viruses and malicious users from altering your system. Hope this helps.
quinta-feira, 11 de junho de 2009 19:20"Have you tried changing the NTFS permissions of the folders you are moving from?"Well, I have no idea did I tried it, I can't find anything like "NTFS premissions"...as for 2nd part of answer, I don't want to deactivate whole windows deffence but i want to allow one application to make changes pernamently and I can't find that action center you're talking about :/
quinta-feira, 11 de junho de 2009 19:49Hello KAMLOTTON,
When you view the properties window for a folder there are 5 tabs, on the security tab are your NTFS permissions. Be sure yourself, the administrator account and the users account are all present and give yourself and administrator full control.
Second the Action Center can either be found in Control Panel or it is the little flag icon in the system tray. There you can adjust the UAC with the slider. If your problem is getting a program to run with more permissions right-click the .exe file and select properties. On the compatibility tab select Run this program as Administrator. This should allow the program to run with administrative privilages.