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how to assign a local administrator permission to a doamin user

Question: how to assign a local administrator permission to a doamin user

hello,
can any one provide me solution for my problem .
I hav created a domin by our company name. Also i hav created some users in that domain , when thses users login as domain user they ar not able to get acess to all application which ar used prevoiusly when the system was in workgroup . our users use many applications these applications ar not seen in start menu . what could be the problem or any mistake done by me.
i 'll explain u how i hav created the users
start menu , administrative tools , domin users and computers and then new user . here i hav given the required information .After this process i hav to anything more for creation of user , if any please provide me few steps not the links .
i hav to assiign local administrative permissions so that the users can acess all the applications which they were using previously . In workgroup they were able to access all the applications but when they login as domin user they ar not able to access,What could be the reason
we use server as 2000 advanced server and client machines ar 2000 professional and XP professional

ravi

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Answer: how to assign a local administrator permission to a doamin user

Sounds like a permissions issue, do they have the correct permissions for the files and programs they are using?

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Respected Sir

Sir I have 1 server of xp in which I have reliance broadband connection and done ics(internet connection sharing).
System configuration p4 3.06
Ram 512 mb
In which I have 2 lan card in 1 running reliance broadband and other is used for other system internet. whose ip address is 192.168.0.1 and reliance ip assigned by dhcp(obtained ip)
First I want
To create some user in my server they do internet in my server . they open internet explorer and login reliance broadband . internet running in the server and other client machines also. They have only right of internet and used only c drive they don?t touch other drives if click shows permission denied. And also do anything wrong generate the log files also shows everything what they do and what time they login if possible.
Thanks a lot
Manish Agarwal
91-9889105784

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Respected Sir

Sir I have 1 server of xp in which I have reliance broadband connection and done ics(internet connection sharing).
System configuration p4 3.06
Ram 512 mb
In which I have 2 lan card in 1 running reliance broadband and other is used for other system internet. whose ip address is 192.168.0.1 and reliance ip assigned by dhcp(obtained ip)
First I want
To create some user in my server they do internet in my server . they open internet explorer and login reliance broadband . internet running in the server and other client machines also. They have only right of internet and used only c drive they donít touch other drives if click shows permission denied. And also do anything wrong generate the log files also shows everything what they do and what time they login if possible.
Thanks a lot
Manish Agarwal
91-9889105784
 

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I have a Windows 8 tablet that is setup on a domain. The tablet has lost it's Trust Relationship with the domain and the only way to add it back in my case is to re-join it to the domain using the local admin account which is for some reason locked out. Usually group policy disables this, but for some reason it did not. I have the passwords for the local accounts but a annoying customer tried to gain access to the local admin account and locked it out.

I'm looking for a program that will allow me to unlock the account. I have found several windows password cracking utilities, but I'm really only needing to unlock the account since I know the passwords. I was wondering if anyone knew of a solution, a program, anything to gain access to the tablet.

Right now my only other option is to copy the users data over and re-image the device which I'm trying to avoid.

Thanks!

Answer:Win 8 - Unlocking local admin account on doamin

We don't provide any help with lost passwords or getting around password protection. Obviously, we can't determine the real intent here, so our policy is to abstain from any assistance in these matters.

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We have an application(Myapp.exe), which is runs under administrator account properly( as it edit/update/write DLL in registry). But due to to security resons we dont want to provide Admin password to all users, and we want to run application under Standard User ( member of Users group only).
I did these setting in MyApp.exe.manifest
<requestedExecutionLevel level="asInvoker" uiAccess="false" />
and linked in the file MyApp.rc as given below
Partial Class MyApp :Form
{
Public MyApp
{
InitializeComponent();
---
---
---
#define MANIFEST_RESOURCE_ID 1
MANIFEST_RESOURCE_ID RT_MANIFEST "ProLaw.exe.manifest"
}
}
I buld the project, and through Standard user i tried to run the project, but it is still asking Administrator password.
Am i missing any step?

Answer:How to allocate Administrator permission to Standard User for Windows

Hello aloktripathi, and welcome to Seven Forums.

You might see if you may be able to use the tutorial below to allow the standard user to run your elevated app without them having to enter your password or getting a UAC prompt.

Elevated Program Shortcut - Create for Standard User

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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My Windows 10 computers are joined to an Azure Active Directory without my permission. I did not actively join an Azure AD on the settings/accounts/access work or school account page or on the System about page. When I go to any of these settings pages there is not option to join or leave an Azure AD. I also found a provisioning package being applied to the computer at logon. Presumably coming from the Azure AD that the computer is linked to. How do I disconnect my computers from whatever active directory they are joined to?
Details: The computers are personal home use computers that should not be joined to any organization's active directory. Every time a new computer is setup in my house it gets joined to an unknown Azure Active Directory. During setup and subsequent updates the computers are automatically joined to some active directory without input from the local user. The computers are new and have not had any additional apps added. All security settings have been changed to not allow sharing of any type. Default user accounts have been disabled. The computers have not been used for anything aside from surfing the web for a solution. They are out of the box with setup and updates completed.
Event Log viewer shows remote power shell commands being executed event #4104. Device management-enterprise-diagnostics- reports System migration tasks completed event #1700. Windows Remote Management reports Activity Transfer Event #254. These events seem to be rel... Read more

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This is a very strange problem that has been happing....

We run Windows Server 2003, all the client PCs run Windows XP Pro

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We have on user who can login to her PC fine, but if she tries to login to a different PC it will let her login but not load any of her files, rather than My Documents linking to her My Documents on the server it links to the local My Documents in her profile on the actual PC.

All the other network drives work fine, so she can connect to all the shared stuff etc but just not her own personal files (my documents, desktop etc) I have logged in fine on her PC and the others that we tested her account on.

after some playing we found out that on her PC she is set as the local administrator, if we remove that (as she shouldn't really be set as admin!) she suddenly has this connection problem (and likewise if we set her to local admin on one of the other PCs sudenly the problem is fixed!)

Any ideas why this might be happening?

Thanks very much for any help that anyone can give
 

Answer:User can only connect to her account to PCs where she is the local administrator

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Well it looks like MS shot themselves in the foot again.  Over night my system has changed so that my personal account is no longer an administrator even though it is still listed as one in Computer Management.  In User Accounts it is set as
a standard user and it cannot be changed to an administrator user.  Why does MS keep screwing up Windows 7???  It is a great operating system other than the stupid things that they have done, like not being able to copy a configured user account
to the default user and now this!!!   My assumption is that they do not want corporate users anymore, they just want brain dead faux McIntosh home users!  What they are going to do is force everyone to run as "The Administrator" instead
of creating other user accounts, why did they drop the "Power User"?  That was a very useful account, I know it's still there but it isn't the same!  Mr. Ballmer, please retire and let someone with some brains take over this company before you totally
screw it up!Ted McCarty

Answer:Can't change a user account to a local administrator

Hi Ted,

 

According to your description, I would like to say that if it is grayed out when you trying to change the account as administrator, it states that you
are already the administrator.


 

If you boot to Safe Mode, are you able to log in as Administrator? If so, go into User Accounts in the Control Panel and change your personal account
back to the Administrator type.

 

Regards,

 

Sabrina


 

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Well i was finding answers for this , i just wanted to know if there is any way to share the administrator library stuffs like Pictures and Videos with different user on a PC so that we can prevent them asking us for our account password. Still didnt get any sort of answers , can any one help?
 

Answer:How to share libraries within Administrator and Local User accounts?

Can't you do it by putting it into a shared folder which is accessible to anyone on the computer?
 

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i need a little help

who can declare me what is the differnz between a user, who is member in the administrator group and the built in administrator.and is there a possibility to grow up a user to a built in administrator

Answer:User with local admin wrights and the built in Administrator

1) The only practical difference that I know of is that for the built-in admin, UAC is disabled by default. That means that the built-in admin never requires elevation. But, as we all know, UAC can be turned off by the user so even when an admin user launches a program, he will be elevated automatically.

2) The built-in admin account cant be deleted (though it can be disabled).

3) A minor difference is that the built-in admin has a "well known" security identifier (SID). I remember reading somewhere that some apps look for a particular SID string and install/ run only if they can find it. Though I am yet to encounter any such.

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dear,
i create a domain policy and create a restricted group for IT, the restricted group named "Local Admin".
i want to add a domain user to one computer local administrator group now.
so i launched the Administrators group and add  the domain user "Huadong Yu" into the Administrators group.
and the domain user can have the administrator right in this computer.
but domain user "Huadong Yu" will be lost from Administrators Group after the computer restart.
but i do this action in Windows XP is OK.
the domain user "Huadong Yu" still in the Administrators group after the computer restart.
Why?





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I have a application which use the raw partition to store data and keep it inaccessible for security reason......i want to know why i need to have user added to local administrator group to access the raw partition,i find its limitation from Microsoft.

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I want to run a program as administrator in a local user account.

My problem is, i have multiple user accounts in my windows7. I have bittorrent and many active torrents in my user account which have admin privileges. But for Other local users, bittorrent open in a separate account mode having no active torrents (because the torrent is running only in my user account)

Is there any way to run (or sync) the downloading of bittorrent in the stated accounts.

Regards,
 

Answer:Program to "Run as administrator" in local user accounts

unfortunately, we don't assist with torrent apps here. May want to read up on the rules page at techguy.org/rules.html.
P2P Instructions - We do not support P2P file sharing applications and any threads requesting help for such will be closed. This includes Torrents, Kazaa, LimeWire, RapidShare, Pirate Bay, and the like. If you're interested in the topic, you are free to discuss it on our site (and please visit StealingIsIllegal.com), but information on how to use them will not be provided.Click to expand...

Closing thread.

thanks,

v
 

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Hi ,How are you. I get this error over and over again in the Event Viewer:

 DCOM
1203 - Description              : The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID

                                  {D63B10C5-BB46-4990-A94F-E40B9D520160}
                                   and APPID

                                  {9CA88EE3-ACB7-47C8-AFC4-AB702511C276}
                                   to the user NT AUTHORITY\LOCAL SERVICE SID (S-1-5-19)
from address LocalHost (Using LRPC) running in the application container Unavailable SID (Unavailable). This security permission can be modified using the Component Services administrative tool.

Could you tell me exactly... Read more

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I am receiving the following error in the Event Viewer from the source DistributedCOM (Windows 8.1 64 bit) :
The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID class identitification
{C2F03A33-21F5-47FA-B4BB-156362A2F239}
 and APPID identification
{316CDED5-E4AE-4B15-9113-7055D84DCC97} 
 to the user Lenovo\Ewa with security identification SID
(S-1-5-21-1287633286-651115146-4152900111-1001) from the address LocalHost (using

LRPC) acting in the application container with identity SID
ZinioLLC.Zinio_2.1.0.317_x64__0q6dqzpp40p2e
(S-1-15-2-720185855-2675332291-2976434075-758544043-626028312-300598871-2309835828.
This security permission can be modified using the Component Services administrative tool.
It regards Zinio Reader application.
Please advice how can I fix the problem.
Thanks and best regards, Ewa

Answer:The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID

Hi Ewa,
It's just a example instead of your real ID.
The ID of yours {316CDED5-E4AE-4B15-9113-7055D84DCC97} must be in that list. Have you attempt to find it?
I have search it on my lab computer(Windows 8.1)as below:
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Hi

We upgraded our desktops from Windows XP to Windows 7, with Windows XP we used the resource kitís CDROMLOCK.EXE to lock down CD and DVD. Once installed a user had to be in the local administrators group to access a CD or DVD on that desktop.

For Windows 7 it is not Windows 7 compatible so I run the EXE in Vista SP-2 Compatibility mode, which works perfect.

My question: With a user in the local admin group they have access to the CD and DVD, but also have full access to the desktop, which is of concern. Does anyone know how to assign a user name (Either local Desktop or a Server 2003\2008\2010) domain account to a service or Exe?

Is there a way to either create a folder with full rights and then put the exe in the folder, giving the user full admin rights to the folder, or assign full admin rights to s single EXE file?

I am just not sure how Windows 7 controls local admin rights other than the local Admin Group.

If this is in the wrong group, please move.

Thanks

B.
 

Answer:Assign Local Admin Rights without local Admin Group

You should be able to right-click on the exe file, then choose properties. On the "Compatibility" tab, there should be a checkbox for "Run as administrator", which you can check (enable) and save settings.
 

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Hello

I am building a web application that involves the creation of a custom culture, this is because the web application is going to be localised.

I am having trouble saving the custom culture. I have asked on the ASP.net MVC forums and an MVP on there said that I had to give Administrative privileges to the IIS_IUSRS account.

Can someone kindly tell me how I can do this on Windows 8 Pro?

I would greatly appreciate any help.

Thank you.

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I run windows 7 premium 64 and all of the sudden I stated to get this popup after windows loads that says
"C:\User\Lori-Bee\AppData\Local\Temp\032150Log.iniis lost"
How can I fix this?...I tried check disk running CCleaner ....No difference

Answer:C:\User\User -User\AppData\Local\Temp\032150Log.iniis lost

Hi there ... Read the Link below and follow the Instructions ..
ASUSTeK Computer Inc.-Forum- Error 182418Log.iniis lost

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is there a way to set up local permissions for users on win2k?

what i want to do is stop one user from being able to access certain folders.

i have tried setting up permissions on a folder in both FAT32 and NTFS partitions setting only the admin account and my account to access these folders, but when i log on as another user these folders are still available.
 

Answer:WIN 2k - local permission

you have to make sure that the user is not part of the admin group, or have admin properties.. here is a step by step guide on setting up users..

http://www.lpt.com/windowsnetworking/regusers/w2kpolic.htm
 

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hay im trying to deny a "standard" user account the privilege of creating, modifying, or deleting other user accounts. but i still want to grant the user the ability to do peaty much whatever they want. i cant find a tutorial on how to do this so maybe someone here can help.

P.S there are other things i want to deny the other user access to but i already know how to do that

Answer:assign certain privliges to user accounts

So what no one really knows how to do this? gees i figured being gone for 5 days I must have at least 4 maybe 5 reply's to this post.

Camon someones got to know how to do this.

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My dad bought a Dell Inspirion with Vista. I went to help him set up some security apps, and noticed after trying to download spybot, I got a "disk is full" error. I knew he had plenty of space with a 250GB drive. I checked the partitions and saw C:\ and E:\. C is the main OS partition, and E is recovery. I noticed the recovery partition was full. After looking at the files in E:\, I saw the Users folder. This is a factory install from Dell, and have never seen this happen before. Every other folder is in C:\. I am a Linux user and am used to manually setting mount points, but don't know what the procedure is in Windows. I can move the Users folder back to C:\, but how do I tell Vista where to look for it once it is moved? Thanks in advance.

Answer:Assign User folder to different partition?

Hello 67GTA.



It the E: is a Dell 'Factory Recovery Partition' and you move it or do anything to it, it may not function correctly afterwards, it would be best to leave it alone.

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This might be covered somewhere. I looked, but honestly, I'm not sure what the search term would be.

I've got a Vista laptop that was backed up with an on-line service (Carbonite). The hard drive failed and has been replaced. I did a restoration to factory settings and installed Microsoft Office, Mozilla, and Thunderbird the primary apps on the laptop.

Then I started a full restore. Primarily, the backup data includes everything in the c:\Users folders. It doesn't do Program Files unless you specify it. In this case, the backup is all the user files.

So, when I did the rebuild, I created a generic admin account. When I restored files, it restored the user files from the backup. So the drive looked like this:
C:\Users\Original UserName
C:\Users\GenericUserName

Then, I created a new admin account with the original user name and logged onto that account.

As you might guess, Vista created a NEW user folder C:\Users\Original UserName.PCName (just like a domain, local user account)

So, how am I supposed to logon to the original UserName account? How do I assign all the files under C:\Users\Original UserName to the user with the same name?

Once done, can I delete the other accounts and user folders?

While it's nice to get the data back, one of the major reasons for the backup is to recover all of the program settings/data like e-mail configs and such.

I've learned that logic has nothing to do with Vista, but my logic would say, finish restoring all the files and then s... Read more

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I wanted to save a photo download I received in E-mail to CD, when I tried I was messaged that I did not have permission to save in this directory. See Administrator to obtain permission.

I am the administrator, can any one tell me how to do this ?

Thanks in advance !

Jove

Answer:Administrator Permission

I don't think you can save anything to blank media (since burning requires a separate program function).I've not tried to save anything to CD. I save to a hard drive and then burn a CD since they are two different functions.http://www.students.ucs.ed.ac.uk/helpdesk/...documentID=2745Louis

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I have a Compaq Presario SR1300NX, use Windows XP Home sp3. My problem is I am unable to save anything to cd or dvd, used to work, now I get the window "you do not have permission to save in this directory, see the administrator" But I am the administrator, the only user, no guests. I do all the updates etc, When I try to save in cd or dvd, I go to cd on E drive, it gives me the option to use My documents, not what I want. I did search long and hard to find any aid, did find one way, it worked till I sent 3 email messages(from Outlook Express) to cd, then the next email went right back to My Documents, now I am stuck with nowhere to go, can anyone please give me some more ideas, I would appreciate the help, thanks so much.
 

Answer:Administrator permission

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I'm about to do a standard upgrade to Windows 10. I wanted to copy the contents of the C drive to the D drive so if anything goes wrong, I'll still have the personal files that were on the C drive. But I got this error message:

You need to provide administrator permission to copy this file.

I AM the admin of this computer! I'm the only user! What do I do?

Any help with this will be very much appreciated.

Answer:Administrator Permission?

1) Right click folder/file -> Properties -> Security tab -> Advanced button
2) Under Permissions tab, press the Add button
3) Select a principal
4) Type: Administrators
5) Press OK
6) Check everything possible for: Basic permissions (Full control, modify, etc..) -> OK -> OK -> OK
7) Lucky step #7, try to copy it.

Hope you lucked out on this

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My computer often tells me I cant do something and that I need permission from the Administrator. I am the administrator and have full control. However when I set the permissions to full control I got a series of error messages that said basically failed. Yet it clearly shows a tick in Full control box. What should I do to put things right. I recently (yesterday) done a full wipe and re install of Windows 8 after saving all my files to an external drive then putting them back later, could this be anything to do with it. (I have full control of the external drive)Many thanksRaggie

Answer:Permission from Administrator

Can you place a screenshot of the error?

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K ts fair 2 say im useless with anything technical! im using windows 7 and im trying 2 download music/films from the net but when i try to save it it keeps saying i need administrator permission! im the only person who uses the laptop so im at a loss of what 2 do! can anyone please help?
 

Answer:administrator permission.....HELP!!

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Problem facing-When I move a folder or delete it the dialog box <g class="gr_ gr_35 gr-alert gr_spell undefined ContextualSpelling ins-del multiReplace" data-gr-id="35" id="35">displayedask</g> permission for it.
                       To open apps I have to run  as administrator <g class="gr_ gr_74 gr-alert gr_gramm undefined Punctuation replaceWithoutSep" data-gr-id="74" id="74"><g
class="gr_ gr_70 gr-alert gr_spell gr_disable_anim_appear undefined ContextualSpelling ins-del multiReplace" data-gr-id="70" id="70">evertime</g>,even</g> google.
                       For our <g class="gr_ gr_89 gr-alert gr_spell undefined ContextualSpelling ins-del multiReplace" data-gr-id="89" id="89">lcal</g>
server Dc++ the access is denied to open <g class="gr_ gr_135 gr-alert gr_gramm undefined Grammar only-ins doubleReplace replaceWithoutSep" data-gr-id="135" id="135">new</g> page from the link.
Plz help

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Trying to download a program and I receive a message that I do not have adminisrator permission. I am logged on as administrator. Right clicking does not give option to run as administrator. How do I get "permission"?

Answer:No administrator permission

Hi superphoto, welcome to 7F!

Go to User Account Control, Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Action Center\change User Account Control Settings in the left view panel, put the slider on the bottom, click OK.
Then try to download.

Don't forget to set it back.

This shows how to get there in a different way: User Account Control - UAC - Change Notification Settings
And if you do turn it off you need to restart.

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I have been trying to save an installer but am unable to because Windows says that I don't have administrator permission. I've been reading on the forums that you can turn off the UAC but that did not help any. I also saw someone say that the "Owner" profile, the default, is a protected administrator account. I can't figure out where to go to get access to the real administrator profile so that I can get full access. What can I do to enable full access and be able to save the installer?

Answer:Administrator Permission Help

  
Quote: Originally Posted by sapphirezero


I have been trying to save an installer but am unable to because Windows says that I don't have administrator permission. I've been reading on the forums that you can turn off the UAC but that did not help any. I also saw someone say that the "Owner" profile, the default, is a protected administrator account. I can't figure out where to go to get access to the real administrator profile so that I can get full access. What can I do to enable full access and be able to save the installer?


It could be the place your trying to save to.

Right click on the file your trying to save to>properties>Security>Give your usergroup full access,or administrator if you have only one account on the pc (whic is administrator)

Try to save it to desktop first,if you can,do the above or change location

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I am the system administrator and I am logged into an administrator account. I would like to copy a file from one folder to another but I am getting the following message:

"You require permission from the computer's administrator to make changes to this file"

Why does this happen and how do I resolve this?

Also, without the Start Button, how do I open a second Windows Explorer window?

Answer:Administrator permission

CLASSIC SHELLI am the system administrator and I am logged into an administrator account. I would like to copy a file from one folder to another but I am getting the following message:"You require permission from the computer's administrator to make changes to this file"Why does this happen and how do I resolve this?Also, without the Start Button, how do I open a second Windows Explorer window?Get Classic Shell HereBecome Administrator---

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When I try to organize the folders on my desktop I get the following pop up message: "You'll need to provide administrator permission to move to this folder" and when I press CONTINUE I get another pop up that says "Windows needs permission to continue" and then you press CONTINUE another pop up says "You need permission to perform this action" and then I press "TRY AGAIN" to no avail.

This is a common occurrence and I have to restart the computer to be able to move this folder and then it doesn't always work. This is extremely frustrating. I have NEVER had this issue with Windows XP.

I have tried the cmd.exe method without any success. Has anyone had success resolving this issue? Please help.

Answer:Administrator Permission

Hello stormiii, welcome to Vista forums!

Are you attempting this in a "Standard User" or an "Standard Administrator" account?

Also have you tried to Take Ownership of the files?

Keep us informed1












Later Ted

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Cannot get past UAC telling me I need. administrator permission.

Getting into built-in admin has not worked. Everything I try that "wants/ needs to make changes on this system" I get this same message (needs permission)

Really pulling my hair out.

Answer:uac and administrator permission

You're going to need to be more specific. What did you do? What are the exact problems? Give examples.

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I'm trying to download Maxtor backup software and it refuses to let me install in Program Files folder. It says I need permission from the Administrator...that's me (this is a single computer at home), but I don't know how to give/get that permission. Can anyone give me the steps to get there? Thanks so much. Merry Christmas!!

Answer:getting Administrator permission

  
Quote: Originally Posted by wwarren777


I'm trying to download Maxtor backup software and it refuses to let me install in Program Files folder. It says I need permission from the Administrator...that's me (this is a single computer at home), but I don't know how to give/get that permission. Can anyone give me the steps to get there? Thanks so much. Merry Christmas!!


right click the file and select "run as administrator"

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hello to all
just a general question!!! i am running vista home premium,occasionally when i go to move a folder,say for talking sake an album off a disk ,a mate gave me,to my music folder.it will ask for administrator permission to perform this...i click continue (i have administrator status ) it comes back with box telling me i need administrator permission to continue...why is this and how can i correct this problem....i must add it is only occassionally this will happen.

cheers for any response
tam

Answer:administrator permission

Hello Tam,

Since it is a removable disk from another computer, you may occasionally need to take ownership of the file or disk and "Allow" your user account "Full Control" before it will let you.

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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Since upgrading to Window 10 my desktop requires me to get administrator permission to download photos from emails I receive. I need help in correcting this as this is a single user computer and can't figure out how to correct this new problem.

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i am the administrator on my computer and I cannot do anything. Everything needs permission and it still does not help. Is there something regarding an account that might have been deleted or something and I have to go to F8 and change something? Someone please help me asap. I have to get some things off of a virus scan and it will not let me.....thanks so much.

Answer:PLEASE HELP ME! administrator needs permission??

if you click the start orb & click the little picture (see attachment) does it give you options that may help you.?

is your name listed as administaitor there?

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Cannot get past UAC telling me I need. administrator permission.

Getting into built-in admin has not worked. Everything I try that "wants/ needs to make changes on this system" I get this same message (needs permission)

Really pulling my hair out.

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I'm using Vista Ultimate, upgraded from XP Pro. I've had problems downloading updates. It appears that the problem is twofold.

1) Microsoft Root Authority has been placed into the untrusted publisher category (IE/certificates/untrusted..)

2) My user, despite being listed as administrator authority, cannot delete the listing in untrusted publisher. What do I do if I can't access the functions the administrator is suppose to be able to do?

I also tried creating a new user and giving him admin status. Didn't work!

Sean
 

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Hi all,

Recently I have been experiencing some problems with Vista in that I only have one account on my laptop which i mine and so I'm also obviously the computer administrator..but quite often I get messages saying that I can't do something like move a folder since I need administrator permission I don't know why it keeps on saying that, can somebody help me?

Thank You
 

Answer:Administrator Permission????

Your account is NOT "The Administrator" but a account with limited Admin permissions.

What are you trying to do, when you get this message?
Tell us, what files and folders that you are trying to move.
 

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I can not install anything or do anything its like being on a limited account.

Everyone time i try to do something it says u have to be on an administrator account in order to do that or something

Like that. I KNOW i am an administrator and im not sure what to do. Thanks in advance

Answer:Says To Get Administrator Permission?

Go to the welcome screen, press ctrl+alt+delete twice, with all accounts logged out fully, and type in "administrator" in the box that shows up. Then from there make a new account with administrator permissions from there, and see if the new account is glitched. If it does work, then move all your personal files and settings from the first account to the new account, and then delete the first one.

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I am trying to copy files from my laptop harddrive (Windows XP) to my desktop (Windows 7). The laptop crashed but I have the files and is connected via USB. I can see all the files but when I try to remove the Read Only option so I can manipulate the files I get the error, "You will need to provide administrator permission to change these attributes." How do I do this so I can access and move the data?
 

Answer:Administrator Permission Changes

Are both the accounts admin's?
The one on windows 7 as well as XP
 

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"you'll need administrator permission to delete a desktop shortcut to a folder. How do I achieve obtaining permission when it's my laptop and I am the sole administrator?

Answer:Administrator Permission

Follow below step ....
My Computer (Right Click)
Manage
Local Group And Computers
Groups
Click on Administrators
Add your User in Members.
Restart Your Computer and then try again.

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I think I ran some Windows XP updates, and now my computer won't let me do things because I'm not the administrator. Please help. I've been using my computer for a while now and have never had to log in to my user id, but recently, I had to change my settings so it would stop asking me to log in to my user id.

Answer:Why do I NOW need administrator permission?

"I had to change my settings so it would stop asking me to log in to my user id."Please detail what changes you made. Like did you create a new account? Answers are only as good as the information you provide.How to properly post a question: Sorry no tech support via PM's

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Sometimes when, in Windows Explorer, under Users/Myname, I try to access or delete a folder, I get a message saying something like "Access denied" or "Requires Administrator Permission". I'm the only one who has used this computer since it was new, so I assume I'm the Administrator and should have full access.

My first question is "How do I give the required Permission?"

Then, is there some setting I can change to eliminate this request for Permission and have full access to all folders and files?
 

Answer:Administrator Permission

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I'm utterly confused about the permissions needed. I am the sole user on my pc. Under accounts, is myself only as Admin and password protected...(that's another issue)...
I copied a folder from ThisPC/C/Games/Folder and tried to paste it in my E:/ drive, my dvd drive, but I keep getting 'You'll need to provide Administrator permission to copy to this folder"

I AM the admin. Since I can't do this I'm having to copy that folder to my network Public folder and then burn it to dvd using my laptop which is double the time taken.
I've googled Permissions but it's mind boggling because there are so many different problems and so many different solutions that I don't know which one to apply.

Answer:Administrator and still need permission?

I get that as well, I just click OK. This is MS's way of protecting you from yourself.

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Win XP does not alow to implement changes telling me I do not have Administrator permission. I am logged is as an Administrator in my Windows XP Home. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Answer:Administrator permission

Hello and Welcome -Could you please be a bit specific on the type of changes that you wish to make How To take ownership of a file or a folder from M/soft - This may help you -Regards -

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Hi, Everybody.i Recently got a Problem with Administrator Permission.I really Sucked because of it.when i want to open a folder it says " you currently don't have permission to access this folder".i know how to open that folder.go to Properties>security.... etc.but in that folder my sisters birthday and marriage photos of 2400. with high-end quality each of 5.6mb.so for each photo i need to do the same process. it really Sucks you know. Please Help me.Please help me How to Fix the Problem.Thank You!

Answer:Please Help me about Administrator Permission

loyal,Boot to Safe Mode.Do you have access to the files there?~~~~Retired - Doin' Dis, Dat, and slapping malware.

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I'm trying to replace calc.exe in the System 32 folder with a version from XP, but keep getting a notice that I don't have permission. I'm in as the Administrator, what more do I need to do?

Thanks!

Answer:Need Administrator Permission

Sorry, I figured it out. I downloaded and installed the "take ownership" registry hack and it worked.

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I'm about to do a standard upgrade to Windows 10. I wanted to copy the contents of the C drive to the D drive so if anything goes wrong, I'll still have the personal files that were on the C drive. But I got this error message:

You need to provide administrator permission to copy this file.

I AM the admin of this computer! I'm the only user! What do I do?

Any help with this will be very much appreciated.

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I have just used the security tool uninstall guide on this website and it was great!! However the last step in the instructions is to delete the HOSTS file, download it again and save it in the c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc file. My computer will not let me do this and says I need permission from the administrator!!
What does this mean and how do I obtain permission?
Also what will happen if I can't download this hosts file??
Help please

Answer:administrator permission??

Hello, right click on program/file/icon etc, select "Run as Administrator"
You need to replace the Hosts file as this infection also changes your Windows HOSTS file,so your existing one is infected until replaced.

By the way I moved this to Am I Infected from Win7...

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I'm trying to replace calc.exe in the System 32 folder with a version from XP, but keep getting a notice that I don't have permission. I'm in as the Administrator, what more do I need to do?

Thanks!

Answer:Need Administrator Permission

Sorry, I figured it out. I downloaded and installed the "take ownership" registry hack and it worked.

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OS: Windows Vista
I'm getting messages that I don't have permission to move files, etc. and that the administrator has to do this. I AM the administrator. There's only one user account set up and it's mine. How do I fix this?
 

Answer:Administrator Permission

There are two levels of Administrator in Vista. You are hanging in a kind of "user/Administrator"
As I have just posted in the item preceeding this, download this file, (composed by myself a while ago ) and see how far you want to get into being in charge of your OS
http://www.divshare.com/download/222626-c6b
 

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You need to provide administrator permission to copy this file.

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ASUS G75VW-DS71 LapTop / Win7 Home Premium / 64bit / 4GB Ram / 320GB HD + Solid State 128GB drive (where OS installed

My system is not allowing me to copy or move files (photos) within my laptop, or from the my Drop Box where I copied them to, back to my laptop. It says I don't have permission.
I am the administrator, and am identified as such on my laptop.

So. What's going on, and how do I correct this. No one uses the laptop but myself.
Thanks,
Ray
 

Answer:You need administrator permission to...

First thought comes to mind when was the last time a Virus or malware scan was done.
 

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I have the exact same error. The usual fix with runtime broker doesn't work. I can't work out what DCOMCNFG item this is either. Very frustrating.

Answer:Local Activation Permission

thecaretaker said:

I have the exact same error. The usual fix with runtime broker doesn't work. I can't work out what DCOMCNFG item this is either. Very frustrating.



It's not always RunTime Broker, but can be Immersive Shell, WSearch and others. The name most always shows up when the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE AppID "Default" entry is displayed in the right column - in this case {F72671A9-012C-4725-9D2F-2A4D32D65169}.

The key was right-clicked and exported for safety. Then it was deleted, and the error vanished.

Interestingly, when Dcom was opened later it prompted to update a missing entry, which was done. Thereafter the AppID reappeared in the registry and its default was listed as CDP Remote Text Handler. No further edits/additions were made to that entry in Dcom.

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hello all,
i tried to install a printer software remotely as a domain admin but could not get the application installed. I had to install the software as a local administrator. Why is that?
 

Answer:Domain Administrator VS Local Administrator

If the permissions on the computer haven't been configured correctly, a domain admin account may not have local admin privileges. Or the software could have specifically required the use of a local admin account.
 

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So basically my brother put me on his domain thing and it's caused me loads of problems and he doesn't want to fix them. So now i'm stuck between a rock and a hard place. When I try to log on as a user (Jebus) which is the user I currently use for most
activities it says something about there being no logon servers to process my request or something. So I instead thought if I just created a new user and copied the files over it should be fine. But my Jebus user had admin rights, so when I log onto the user
Administrator it can't open most of my C:Users folders, so I can't even see what's inside the Jebus folder. And when it asks for permission so I can access this file, administrator credentials say they require elevation, and the Jebus credentials do nothing.
So now I'm just stuck on this administrator account and I can't do anything. Please help.

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I never had this issue until I used the free upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10. I am the only user of my PC. I work with Microsoft Office 2007. When I open Microsoft Word, Excel or any other program in the suite I have no problem... not until I try to
save the file I'm working on. For example I open up Microsoft Word and work on a file. I go to save it and I get:

You don't have permission to save in this location. Contact the administrator to obtain permission.
Would you like to save in the Documents folder instead?
It was the documents folder that I was trying to save it in, in the first place.
I can open up any of the Microsoft Office programs by right clicking, and opening the drop down menu, and scrolling down to  "Run as administrator".
I want to be able to open the program without right clicking (to Run as Administrator) to save whatever I'm working on. I never had to specify before the upgrade. I forget to right click on that, for the drop down menu, than I'm stuck trying to
figure out another way to do it without losing all my work.
How can I make this right without downgrading back to Windows 7? The only thing I haven't liked about the free upgrade is the administrator rights issues.
Thank you!
Matthew

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I'm putting together a new computer and I will be using Windows 7 Pro 64-bit for an OS. The computer will have a 250 GB SSD for the "C" drive, and a 500 GB HDD for the "D" drive. I want to install the OS and programs on the "C" drive and put all of the user info on the "D" drive. I will be setting it up with one account that is an Administrator, and two accounts that are Users. When Windows normally sets up these accounts, it seems to automatically put them on the "C" drive and it also creates folders for My Documents, My Music, My Photos, etc. on the "C" drive. Is there a way to configure windows to created the Administrator and User accounts and data folders on the "D" drive by default?
 
Thanks...!!!

Answer:How do I assign user files to a secondary drive?

I don't know...but there is no reason fool around with the Windows configuration,  Google reflects http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/18629-user-folders-change-default-location.html .
 
Any data files can simply be moved to another location...anytime that you desire.  Just because a file initially may be reflected in My Docs, etc...is no reason for it to permanently remain there.
 
Louis

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Hyperlink doesn't work "due to restrictions" between MS office 07 and IE8 - Vista. Says check with Administrator. I've made sure the proper box is checked in Windows, but it appears that it requires an Administrator permission.

This was working fine, and has for years, but I tried Chrome, and when I went back, hyperlink functioned within the internet, but did NOT function between hyperlinks from Outlook or MSWord.

Any ideas?
 

Answer:need Administrator permission, I guess.

Go to http://www.slipstick.com/problems/link_restrict.htm
Scroll down to "Import the Registry Key" and follow the instructions.
 

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I'm going in circles and cannot find a solution that I understand for this issue. When I attempt to copy from a drive to my "C" drive I get a popup stating "You'll need to provide administrator permission to copy to this folder".

I've turned off UAC via the sliderI've downloaded UAC_Never_Notify.reg (see User Account Control (UAC) - Change Settings in Windows 8) and executed it
After I get the popup I click continue and then I get a popup telling me "S:\ refers to a location that is unavailable..." which I know is not true, I can see it in Windows Explorer.

I have a second drive in my laptop and if I attempt to copy the file to it there is no issue, e.g. the file/folder is copied over.

Answer:You'll need to provide administrator permission to .......

Slider is not good enough. The registry key is equivalent to the slider. Set the enableLUA key to 0 in the registry. It will break metro apps, so remember to turn it back on afterwards(if you use metro apps).

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I am trying to download a file over the internet that needs to be placed into a programs main folder. Each time I do this I get a note stating that I need to contact the administrator for permission. Well, I am the administrator and I use an acct with those privileges. How do I activate the permission?

Don't know if this will come through but I'm attaching a screen shot of the denied message.

Answer:Administrator Permission while downloading

I just discovered one way to do it but if someone knows a more direct way I would appreciate hearing it. Hope this will help someone else though.

I loaded the file in a round-about way since it would not load directly to the needed Explorer program file location:
1. Downloaded file to desktop.
2. Checked the properties tab and saw it had some kind of blocked note placed on the bottom of the General tab.
3. Click on the UNBLOCK button.
4. Then I copy/pasted the file into the program folder location it needed to be in.
5. THEN my permissions confirmation pop-up came, I hit continue and it loaded.

THis is the first time I had this type of issue with downloading my files (at least since the first week after loading Vista Ultimate when I spent 3 LONG days working with call-in support!)

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EDIT: It's not actually solved, but has now become a Win Media Centre issue. I will post there.

I have tried to delete several folders containing recorded DVDs. Most of them went, but there are a half dozen that can not be deleted.

The structure is:
f:\dvds
- DVDName#1
- Videots
- Audiots
- DVDName#2
- Videots
- Audiots
etc

These were in WMC Movies Library, by using their parent folder f:\dvds. However I have now removed that from the library. All the successfully deleted folders were in the same parent folder.

I am told I need permission to delete them. I actually am logged in as admin. I checked in Properties/security n their parent folder and I have all permissions except Special, which is greyed out for all listed users.

However when I try to look at security for any of the individual DVD folders, I am told I do not have permission to even _see_ the security settings

I then saw that the folders were read-only. I attempted to uncheck that, but again was told I needed admin privileges.

Given that I am admin, what's going on here?

EDT: I am also the owner of the parent folder, but cannot see or alter the owner of the sub-folders.

Any help most appreciated.

Answer:Permission denied to administrator

If there's nothing in f:\dvds that you want to keep, just delete the parent folder (f:\dvd) If you want some folders in f:\dvd but not others - you might have to take ownership. There's a tutorial that sets up a context menu Take Ownership.

Good luck

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I am running windows 8 and I am trying to delete a file but it says that I must obtain administrator permission.How do I do this? the account details state that I am the administrator.

Answer:how to give administrator permission

To give complete permission to yourself, right-click the file or folder and select Properties. Now go to Security tab, and hit the Edit button.
Then select your username(account) and check the Full Control checkbox. When done, hit OK. Note that when you will check the Full Control checkbox, all others will be automatically checked too.

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I am running 2 computers on a home network both of which are using Windows 7
While using a tutorial programme I am informed to leave a copy of the application into a specific folder.
When I try to do this a message comes up:
"You dont have permission to save to this location
Contact the site administrator to do so.
I do not know where to go from here.
Any info welcome.

jack

Answer:Site administrator permission

Depending on which folder it is...hopefully not a system one...you could take ownership of it by following this link to a tutorial. This should then allow you to do what you want.....Take Ownership Shortcut

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I got Sun's CD for its Java. When I sent to install it, I read that I will need the administrator's permission, me being the administrator. I thought then that I should open in Safe Mode so that I could open the administrator's account. But then I read that I can install the CD in Safe Mode. So, I'm wondering how I get the administrator's permission? (I did get the Sun Java installed from an online source, without doing anything to get administrator's permission, but I'd just like to know, for future reference, how I could have installed the program from the Sun CD.) Thanks, grandpaw
 

Answer:Administrator's permission to install

Additional info

I should have said that I am using Firefox. I have a Dell Demension 2400 and use XP.
 

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I have a small tablet with a very small hard drive, I had 7 gigs or so of hard drive space in July when I got it. The only thing I use my tablet for is to watch movies and Chromecast Netfilx to my TV. So I haven't used up much of the hard drive at all.

I haven't used the tablet in about a month. When I turned it on the other day, it did a Windows update and soon after I started getting a message about not having much hard drive space available. I looked and I had just over 300 MB of space left!!! Something ate up over 6 gigs of my hard drive!

It dawned on me that it could be the Windows 10 upgrade offer. There was the Windows 10 icon in the tray, but I hadn't reserved the upgrade. Something came through my news feed about the update downloading regardless of whether you reserved it or not. After Googling I managed to find how to check if this was the case, and sure enough it was. I spent hours and hours Googling all sorts of things and I have worked out how delete the update file KB3035583, but I cannot delete the GWX folder found in Windows System32 folder which is what I need to do in order to regain the hard drive space.

When I try to delete it from the System32 folder, I get a message that I need permission from "trusted installer". Interestingly enough, I was able to move it to the desktop.

When I try deleting it from the desktop, I get a message saying that I need permission from “LINDA\L” Which should be me, because I am the purcha... Read more

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Often, like today, I need to get administrator permission or sign in as administrator to do something. Today, for example, I could not move a file from one folder to another without administrator permission. I am the sole owner and user of my laptop (Lenovo Ideapad G580). I don't know how to "reach" the administrator. Any help?

Answer:how do I get administrator permission to use a file

Even you're logged in as administrator, you still need to take ownership of the folders/files that are protected by the system, before moving or modifying.
Take Ownership - Add to Context Menu in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/3...dows-10-a.html

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Often, like today, I need to get administrator permission or sign in as administrator to do something. Today, for example, I could not move a file from one folder to another without administrator permission. I am the sole owner and user of my laptop (Lenovo Ideapad G580). I don't know how to "reach" the administrator. Any help?

Answer:how do I get administrator permission to use a file

Even you're logged in as administrator, you still need to take ownership of the folders/files that are protected by the system, before moving or modifying.
Take Ownership - Add to Context Menu in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
Owner of Files and Folders - Change in Windows 10

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Could I get some advice please.I tried to install a new USB modem today but it came up with "you need to be an administrator to complete this install" error message.I have WIN XP pro sp3 and their is only one user profile available... which I thought would automatically be an admin. Obviously not. I am also guessing this is why I am having trouble downloading any files that are not MS Updates. How do I set my profile to admin. I reinstalled XP a week ago and as I said, I am the only user on my PC and their is only one profile, besides the "Guest" profile.I hope some one can help as I can't download skype or install my new modem software.
 

Answer:Administrator Permission required!?!?!

If this is Pro, only an administrator can change the account types. Check in Control Panel > User Accounts to see what type you are now.
 

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I am trying to copy files off a hard drive from a deceased laptop to my new laptop. No big deal I would have thought. I have copied many files from this drive using a USB gizmo that the bare drive slots into, not sure what the thing is called, but it works. The three partitions on the old drive are listed in Explorer as I, J & K. I can see all the folders, and the files in each one. When I try to copy the file to the new machine I get a pop-up, "You will need Administrator permission to copy this file". I was foolish enough to think I was running as Administer, I am it, but it seems I am not the real thing.

I found User Account Control Settings, changed the setting to "Never notify me", made no difference, Windows is in charge, nothing can go wrong...can go wrong...can go wrong...

I am going around in small circles and am in danger of disappearing up you know where, so I decided to to search the Win 7 Forum, the fount of all knowledge. I searched for "Administrator permission" but got nothing.

However I did find how to run lusrmgr.msc. That is certainly useful. So I ran it, and sure enough Administrator is at the top of the list. But now what? How do I get to actually log-in as the real, all-powerful Administrator? Is there a tutorial that I have missed?

Thanks for any enlightenment.

David

Answer:You need Administrator Permission to copy...

Are you sure it is not a system file? If you are, check the following to enable the built in admin that shohld have unrestricted access to almost everything.

Built-in Administrator Account - Enable or Disable

(Note that this should not be used for everyday means, it should only be used if doing something normal admin accounts can't do.)

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I have created local account named "Indranil" now I want that a service will run under this Indranil account. for that what permission should I give to Indranil?

Answer:Setting permission of a local account

Services will run on any type of user account, so it's up to you to decide what type of account it should be.

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Am on Win 10 (64 Bits) and whenever I am using IE it suddenly stops responding and then sometime I can close via task manager and everything works and sumtimes whole computer freezes with most icons on taskbar missing - then I have to restart the PC.

Checked out Event Viewer -> Windows Logs -> System, and here what I get:
The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID
{D63B10C5-BB46-4990-A94F-E40B9D520160}
and APPID
{9CA88EE3-ACB7-47C8-AFC4-AB702511C276}
to the user NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM SID (S-1-5-18) from address LocalHost (Using LRPC) running in the application container Unavailable SID (Unavailable). This security permission can be modified using the Component Services administrative tool.

AND,

TCP/IP has chosen to restrict the congestion window for several connections due to a network condition. This could be related to a problem in the TCP global or supplemental configuration and will cause degraded throughput.

Please assist me.

Answer:Local Permission Hang - Plz Assist me

Well somebody has to have a solution here :-(

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Am on Win 10 (64 Bits) and whenever I am using IE it suddenly stops responding and then sometime I can close via task manager and everything works and sumtimes whole computer freezes with most icons on taskbar missing - then I have to restart the PC.

Checked out Event Viewer -> Windows Logs -> System, and here what I get:
The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID
{D63B10C5-BB46-4990-A94F-E40B9D520160}
and APPID
{9CA88EE3-ACB7-47C8-AFC4-AB702511C276}
to the user NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM SID (S-1-5-18) from address LocalHost (Using LRPC) running in the application container Unavailable SID (Unavailable). This security permission can be modified using the Component Services administrative tool.

AND,

TCP/IP has chosen to restrict the congestion window for several connections due to a network condition. This could be related to a problem in the TCP global or supplemental configuration and will cause degraded throughput.

Please assist me.

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Hi! All

I have this weired problem today. I was trying my Windows XP PRO machine to join my newely created Domain Controller for the very first time. I found this entire information "GRAYED OUT" when I clicked "Computer Name" Tab.

"To use the Network Identification Wizard to join a domain and create a local user account, click Network ID". Network ID Button is disabled. I clicked "CHANGE BUTTON" and again found Member of section "GRAYED OUT" The entire BOX. "Workgroup Radio button was enable only.

This is really weired to me. I'm loged in as a Local Machine Administrator.

Please anyone help me ...I wil really appreciate

Cash.
 

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I was trying to explain to a friend yesterday the difference between the powers of the hidden Administrator account and a user account with Administrator privileges; but, I don't feel I was successful. I searched for an article on the 'net that would explain one vs the other; but, I could not find one.

Can someone point me to such an article?
 

Answer:Solved: Administrator Acct vs User with Administrator privileges

This is an article on how to enable/disable the Built-In Administrator account but at the beginning it explains the difference between the two which, it seems, boils down to whether or not a UAC prompt is needed to gain elevated permission:

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorial...-enable-disable.html?filter[2]=User Accounts&
 

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Running Windows 10, trying to set up PCs in Kiosk Mode. Everywhere I turn I find how to assign a user to pre-existing Apps in Kiosk Mode, but no one explains how to add an app, in my case an Internet Explorer Shortcut file, to the app list.

You'd think this would be mentioned somewhere.

I tried using Powershell using an administrative account on the PC, but got the following messages:
Get-AppxPackage : Access is denied
Access is denied.
At C:\windows\system32\windowspowershell\v1.0\Modules\AssignedAccess\AssignedAccess.psm1:127 char:22

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Application was not found. Enter either a valid AppName or AUMID
Can anyone help?

Thanks in advance!

Proflego

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When I took over a PC used by my predecessor, he had Win 7 (MS keyboard) set up so that the Windows key to the right of the space bar and Alt key will dump "http://www." into any open text field. This saves me a lot of time on a repetitive task with our software. However, when I asked one of our best developers how I could assign "mailto:" to another key, he had no idea how the existing functionality was set up. Googling "Windows 7 hotkeys" didn't find me any tips. What to do?

Answer:How did previous user assign special function to keyboard key?

  
Quote: Originally Posted by okieuser


When I took over a PC used by my predecessor, he had Win 7 (MS keyboard) set up so that the Windows key to the right of the space bar and Alt key will dump "http://www." into any open text field. This saves me a lot of time on a repetitive task with our software. However, when I asked one of our best developers how I could assign "mailto:" to another key, he had no idea how the existing functionality was set up. Googling "Windows 7 hotkeys" didn't find me any tips. What to do?


In a browser

If you use Control-Enter it will add http://www. xxxxxxxxxx. com

Ie type microsoft and ctrl-enter and you get http ://www.microsoft.com

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Running Windows 10, trying to set up PCs in Kiosk Mode. Everywhere I turn I find how to assign a user to pre-existing Apps in Kiosk Mode, but no one explains how to add an app, in my case an Internet Explorer Shortcut file, to the app list.

You'd think this would be mentioned somewhere.

I tried using Powershell using an administrative account on the PC, but got the following messages:
Get-AppxPackage : Access is denied
Access is denied.
At C:\windows\system32\windowspowershell\v1.0\Modules\AssignedAccess\AssignedAccess.psm1:127 char:22

and

Application was not found. Enter either a valid AppName or AUMID
Can anyone help?

Thanks in advance!

Proflego

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I have a Toshiba SatM70 using Windows XP, don't know how but I have lost administrator access and using an ordinary limited account.

I can't seem to get back to being the administrator and need to because my anti virus protection has picked something up but I can't address it because I get a message saying you are not logged on as the administrator.

Can anyone help me to find out how to get back to being the administrator please? Thanks in advance.

Lesley Ann.

Answer:Satellite M70 - How to assign admin rights to user account in Win XP

Hi

Please check if you can change you user account.

Go to control panel -> User accounts -> click on you user account -> change account type -> admin rights

Bye

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Because LIFE is short and precious, it's reasonable to not have to waste time, clicks and energy FIGHTING the most simple of OS tasks: deleting a file or folder.

Because it was SO DRAINING to add thousands of extra hoops to my daily work, I now log in as the Administrator and have turned off UAC. Please SPARE ME THE LECTURE about security.

With no time to waste, busy life, I want to delete a folder but I got: "You don't have permission for this action." Very well. I'll graciously accept that, EVEN THOUGH I'M THE ADMINISTRATOR, I must take ownership of the files. Done - I set Administrators as owner FOR ALL FILES in that directory.

Now, hours later, after searching google, I still CANNOT do this simple task. Thanks Windows 7.

The error, in a set of errors, I NOW get is: You need permission from the Administrators. Windows really likes you to feel as if you DON'T OWN YOUR OWN **#%%^ COMPUTER. Good job.

I don't work for a company. I've never had a virus or problem. Linux, XP - they let you GET THE JOB DONE. Windows 7, regardless of what they claim, is engineered to WASTE YOUR TIME and give you Carpel Tunnel Syndrome as you type, post and search for answers TO THE MOST FUNDAMENTAL tasks: write, delete, move files.

It's degrading, but I find myself in the embarrassing position of asking: HOW CAN I, AS THE OWNER, ADMINSTRATOR, logged in as Administrator, which means I am, of course, in the Administrator's group - GET PERMISSION FROM THE ADMINISTRATORS as the e... Read more

Answer:I AM the Administrator,UAC is OFF,Yet I need Administrator Permission

Hello, and welcome to Seven Forums.

If you like, you could enable the built-in "elevated" Administrator account, and log on to it to have full unrestricted access.

Built-in Administrator Account - Enable or Disable

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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I think I my original post was in the wrong forum topic.

I have a DVD drive as well as a DVD burner and a CD burner. When I try to select a file to send to the drive that my DVD burner is on I get a message stating that "windows has encountered a problem when trying to copy this file" and
"you do not have permission to save in this directory, see the administrator to obtain permission" I am the only user on this computer, how and where do I go to select the settings that will allow me to save directly to DVD.

I use Nero to burn most of my discs, but shouldn't I have the option of sending to either of my burners, without having to open Nero. Actually, the send to option at the moment only gives me the option of sending to the DVD burner. How and where do I change the options to allow me to do this.

i'm using windows XP pro
Thanks
 

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I can only save in My documents. I'm the only user on this computer and i should be the administrator.

Answer:need administrator for permission to save in c drive

Please see UAC settings in this link.

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I am logged on as admin, and i want to defrag my HDD. but it says i don't have sufficient privileges! I'm admin God-damnit! Please help

Answer:Permission denied While logged on as administrator.

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My HP notebook came with HP softwares e.g: Connection Manager, Troubleshoot, Cool Sense, Help etc...
But after upgrading to Windows 10 most of them are gone. And some say "This app has been bocked for your protection"!
What on earth is this?
I tried to right click and repair them from Control panel... But failed!
Help me please

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bit defender has blocked /ask for administrator permission

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don't you think it would be good to tell us what is being blocked? Is it top secret? We all help for free so it's much easier to give good answers if what is supplied to us helps us to help you.Some HELP in posting on Computing.net plus free progs and instructions 7 Golds

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Hi

Probably a simple solution, but help required please.
I'm trying to delete a folder off my external backup drive and am getting the message that I need 'administrator permission to delete folder'.

How do deal with this please, I thought as the only user I was the administrator?
 

Answer:Administrator permission problem in Win7

Was this folder added to the external drive using this machine and account that you are currently logged in with?

Sometimes when one plays with the ownership of folders and then takes the external drive to another machine, the ownership is still linked to the other machine.
 

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While trying to save my Turbo Tax information to a CD-RW, I received the following message:
"You do not have permission to save in this directory, see administrator to obtain permission".

I am the owner of this PC. How do I change this And, would a recent format of my hard drive have anything to do with this?
 

Answer:Lost my Administrator Permission Can't save do a CD-RW

I have posted regarding this problem about a week ago and I haven't received any replies. Is anyone else having problems saving to a directory (trying to save to a CD or DVD-RW disc).

I just want to know how I can make my set up the administrator. This problem did not occur until I formatted my PC and loaded everything back on as the factory set it up.

PLEASE HELP!!
 

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I developed a batch file on xp that will add text to a file. When i run the batch file on vista or windows 7 it says "Acces is denied".My question is, is there anyway to either bypass this to allow access, or simply ask the user permission.

Answer:How can i allow a batch file administrator permission?

i think it is a file permission problembut you can right click command promptclick run as administrator and type the name of your batch file(you may need to cd to the correct directory)

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hi all !
i have big mindf*** going on here..
i have 3 computers,

A - win7 ultimate x64 (PC) (LAN connected)
B - win7 professional x64 (laptop) (WLAN connected)
C - win7 ultimate x32 (laptop) (WLAN connected)

Theyre all connected on the same HUAWEI B260a wireless gateway, and theyre all under the same workgroup and connected within a homegroup
Standard shared public libraries (music, picture..) are visible and accessible for all of them with each other.

PROBLEM is @ network location
1) when i access from computer A to comp's B hard drive partition its all ok but it cannot access shared partition on computer C (but its visible)
2) computer B cannot access either one of their partitions
3) computer C can access everything and all

All of the HDs partitions are shared

* WHEN I SHARE FILES OR FOLDERS WITHIN ANY PARTITION ON ANY COMP, THAT FILE IS VISIBLE AND ACCESSIBLE FOR EACH ONE OF THEM..


BIG QUESTION

how can i share my PARTITIONS and make them accessible for each computer without having permission troubles?

ive even assigned static ip adresses for each computer (though they comunicate with each other ok so it wasnt necessary to do that)

ofc, partitions are shared, FWs are disabled, all of the necessary services are enabled, there are no AVs blocking traffic
- but because of line under * stated above, nothing of this is actually important

Please help and ease my mind.

Ty in advance..

Answer:local homegroup failing to access - no permission

I have only used "workGroup" (Give it a name) for all pc's on the network in advance sharing set permissions for each partition. Make sure 'everyone" is in the group list, in security in the group or users that 'everyone" is in the list as well. If necessary switch off homegroup (through control panel to do this) also check that you search for the pc's through its name. check firewall setting for access for file and printer sharing also network discovery is enabled in the firewall

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