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Access to path is denied

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rmmarshFlag for United States of America asked on
.NET ProgrammingWindows OS
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I have the following line of code; when running on Vista or Win 7, I get the above message.  So I figured that I'm not supposed to put application data in the Program Files directory.

So where is it supposed to go?
string xmlFilename = System.AppDomain.CurrentDomain.BaseDirectory + "Options.xml";

            if (File.Exists(xmlFilename))
            {
                File.SetAttributes(xmlFilename, FileAttributes.Normal);  //  so we can write on the file
                using (XmlReader tr = XmlReader.Create(xmlFilename))
                {
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