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When I try to copy a file.exe to C:/program files or c:/windows. access denied

Posted on 2007-10-19
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When I try to copy a file.exe to C:/program files or c:/windows. access denied
Question by:beausee
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chafer earned 1500 total points
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It's almost certainly either a permissions or a security issue.  Go to the directory you want to copy into, right click the directory and go to sharing and security, then set it as necessary to allow copying into the directory.

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