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In Vista Ultimate how can i set the files to be saved on the Root C drive?

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Hi,

In Vista Ultimate how can i set the files to be saved on the Root C drive?
By default it says access denied.
Is there a way to just allow this?
Regards
Sharath
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>>>>>By default it says access denied.

Are you logged on as a local admin? or just a regular user. If you are a regular user, you are going to need to log on as an admin, and grant that right to your user.
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concur...and why would you even want to drop files in the root...
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See this page:

http://forums.microsoft.com/TechNet/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=2843539&SiteID=17
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