Folder below the "Progamm Files (x86)" shall become normal folder

Posted: 02-05-2008, 01:42 PM
I have a folder residing somewhere in the "Progamm Files (x86)" folder.
Often I want to change some data there. I don't want to see all the
administrator stuff when I change the files inside this particular
folder. I'd like to use it like a normally folder like one in the
"Users" folder.

Folder below the "Progamm Files (x86)" shall become normal folder


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RE: Folder below the "Progamm Files (x86)" shall become normal folder
Posted: 02-05-2008, 06:48 PM
Change the permissions on it to grant your user account, or Users, modify
permissions on the folder. That will get rid of the prompts.
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"Peter Müller" wrote:
> I have a folder residing somewhere in the "Progamm Files (x86)" folder.
> Often I want to change some data there. I don't want to see all the
> administrator stuff when I change the files inside this particular
> folder. I'd like to use it like a normally folder like one in the
> "Users" folder.
>
 
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