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Internet Printing Server 2008 R2

I am in the process of migrating to Windows 2008 R2. I have one up and running and have printers installed. Previously in Windows 2003 I had Internet Printing setup, IIS installed and I was able to manipulate the ipp_0001.asp file located under C:\windows\Web\Printers

However, 2008 R2 has completely locked down the Windows directory to where even Administrators cannot make changes. I find this absurd but has anyone found a workaround. The changes to this file are custom to my environment.

Inter Printing is technically up and running under http://localhost/Printers/ but it is the built in generic interface.

Any way to work around this or manipulate this file?
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dswope79Author Commented:
Solved! Take ownership of the file and then you can make changes to the file.
dswope79Author Commented:
I found the solution myself

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