How to make System Folder like My Documents

Hi Experts!

How can I make my own C:\TEST as system folder
which when you press delete will show message dialog

"Documents and Settings is a Window system folder and is required for Windows to run properly. It cannot be

I know former this will use registry! But i'm not sure..

Can someone give me an advise?


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Surprisingly, you do not need to use the registry. :-)

This page should help:

When copying strings from the above page, make sure that the special folder extension starts with ".{" (including the dot) and ends with "}", and delete any blank character that gets copied after the "}".


  Nayer Naguib
xtrueAuthor Commented:
Thanks to nayernaguib

But it still deletable!

Do you have another way?

Take a look at this page:

The registry values shown can be edited to change the path of any system folder.


  Nayer Naguib

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