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Network Administrator

Slowly studying Bachelor of Technology (Computer Studies)

have 5 Raspberry Pis and don't get to play with them nearly enough.


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Jan
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asked Lotus Notes opens wrong mailbox
Jan
9
asked >Lotus Notes Backup Exec 12 restore options - Which one?
Nov
29
comment icacls in windows 7 does not give full permission to write files in root drive
Also in case anyone mentions running the app from a scheduled task that has admin rights. This does not work as the app will not run in the foreground unless it is currently logged in user.
Nov
29
comment icacls in windows 7 does not give full permission to write files in root drive
The person is running as a restricted account, I have no intention of turning off UAC. I want to avoid things like giving the user admin rights. Minimum access to create/read/write some text files in c: is all the application needs.
Nov
28
asked icacls in windows 7 does not give full permission to write files in root drive
Aug
31
accepted read write permission in root of drive c: in windows XP
Jul
27
revised read write permission in root of drive c: in windows XP
The M switch is not valid in Cacls.exe so I have change the switch to C (Change) instead of M (Modify). The M switch is used in iCacls.exe
Jul
27
suggested suggested edit on read write permission in root of drive c: in windows XP
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Feb
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comment read write permission in root of drive c: in windows XP
I need it to work in both Win7 and XP, going to try it in a VM if I can.
Feb
18
comment read write permission in root of drive c: in windows XP
There is no modify switch on the cacls command ( in win 7 at least )
Feb
17
revised read write permission in root of drive c: in windows XP
Clarify meaning of the second part of the answer
Feb
17
awarded  Editor
Feb
17
revised read write permission in root of drive c: in windows XP
make question more general