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How to get back Full control on my Windows folder in Server 2008 SP2 x86 [closed]

Somehow the Administrator right are wrong on the Windows folder, so sometimes I get a Access Denied error. When i look at the Security properties i see that i have full Access on subfolders and files ...
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run as administrator has more permissions than SYSTEM

I have a Windows service that I can run either as a service or in a console. The program requires administrator access. When running in a console "as Administrator", the program works fine. When ...
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2answers
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Grant a user remote admin rights for dns management Windows Server 2008?

Im connecting to a remote dns server trough a APS.NET app. if i use the default admin account it works fine but when trying to use a other admin account named DNS i get. [Exception: Unable to enum ...
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Alternative to mapping network drives

We have used all our drives for network shares. What is the alternative for mappning drive letters to network shares? GPO, mount points, something else? It has to be automated and based on user ...
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Windows server files and folders permissions mess

I have a Windows Server 2008 R2 box, which is set up as a very basic file server in a Workgroup environment. We have a single Shared folder, with subfolders for each department. For some reason all ...
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Users removing Administrator from files/folders permissions

We're running Windows Server 2003 R2 with Active Directory and are having an issue with network shares whereby users, in an attempt to secure their documents, remove everybody (including the ...
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1answer
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Windows - New administrative user not an administrator

In Windows Server 2008, I have create a new user and added it to the Administrator group ("Administrators have complete and unrestricted access to the computer/domain.") However, in most instances ...
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2answers
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Whould changing the administrator username effect the other setting on my windows server 2008 R2?

I would like to change the default administrator username on my Windows Server 2008 R2 but not sure whether it would effect my environment badly or not. I am also connecting to my server with this ...
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1answer
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Administrator and Administrators Group difference Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2

Sorry if this question is not unique. 1) Is there any difference in permissions between a user in Administrators GROUP and USER Administrator. 2) If they differ, are this differences the same for ...
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Domain administrator vs local admininstrator, and accessing workstations remotely

I am experimenting with a home domain network based on Windows Server 2008. I initially assumed that since I am a domain administrator, I should also have full access rights to workstations on the ...
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1answer
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Windows Server 2008 R2 - Giving local administrator full rights to all folders

Is there a quick way to give the local administrator full rights to all folders on the C drive? I am having really hard time with that, I try to give it full rights to some folders (user profiles) ...
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Windows Server 2008 local admin - user has limited rights

I have added two domain users to a Win2008 server (non-domain controller) as local administrators. However these two users still have very limited rights, such as not being able to modify local ...