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Completely disable permissions...?

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I hate this friggin nonsense. I cannot even save a generic file to my "C" drive. Even after a clean install. There must be a way to rid myself of this nonsense.mad.gif

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A little more detail might be helpful...

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Create a folder on the C: drive. In Pro there is a Security Tab, but not sure about Home for Win7. There isn't in XP Home.

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Thanks guys...I got it doing this

Here is the solution:

1. Open "Run" (Windows + R or in the Metro UI menu), type "regedit" and hit enter.

2. Go to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Cur rentVersion\Policies\System".

3. On the right side find "EnableLUA" and change it to from 1 to 0.

4. Reboot your system and UAC is completely disabled.

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Thanks guys...I got it doing this

Here is the solution:

1. Open "Run" (Windows + R or in the Metro UI menu), type "regedit" and hit enter.

2. Go to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Cur rentVersion\Policies\System".

3. On the right side find "EnableLUA" and change it to from 1 to 0.

4. Reboot your system and UAC is completely disabled.

There is now a faster way to disable the uac

Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Action Center

There is an option on the side called change user account control settings. you dont need to reboot with this setting change

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There is now a faster way to disable the uac

Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Action Center

There is an option on the side called change user account control settings. you dont need to reboot with this setting change

Yea, I had tried that, didn't fix me prob....

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So what files should you be saving to the root of your C:\ ?

Either way you sure don't have to disable UAC to allow for it. Its just going to prompt you when you try and copy to root of C.. Create a folder and your good without prompt. Or if your really want, you can just edit the ntfs permissions vs having to disable UAC completely

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Nopes.

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Nopes.

:rolleyes: Seriously, UAC should always be enabled. I don't know why you always get this prompt, but you're clearly doing something wrong.

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Nopes what? That you can not edit ntfs? yeah you can! You could set them to everyone full control if you wanted too.

look at the permissions - as authenticated user you not allowed to put a file directly on C, you need to elevate to admin to do that. Which is why the prompt, this can be edited if you want via the ntfs permissions.

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