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Windows 2000 Local and Effective Settings

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I am making some security-related changes to a Windows 2000 laptop.  This is a standalone configuration and has never been hooked up to any other system. After making a few changes in the Registry to move some data files to a new partition, I noticed two columns (Local Setting and Effective Setting) in the Local Security Settings.

Is there a way to show only the one column?  I don't remember two columns before.
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These two columns have been there since I can remember; there's no need to worry about it.
The "View" menu even offers to remove one or both of the columns, but the change doesn't take.
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