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Making Private Folders Publics Again? Xp Home

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#1 majutsu


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Posted 18 May 2007 - 03:51 AM

Okay, I installed a program under administrator called Blackthorne. As I made a password for this account, I was given the option to privatize my files. Then, when I went to make my first normal user account called user1, I find I cannot write access the program nor the folder it is in.

I also can't set-up the program in user1, as it is limited. I tried taking the read-only check mark off in Admin, but it just comes back. I don't want to put this folder in shared documents because I set up the structure carefully in a database so the locations all point to the N: drive, not the C: drive so that would be a PITA to do. I don't know if I want to do network sharing.

I would simply like to get this folder public again, but I see no way of doing this. It isn't as simple as with Linux:(

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