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Enabling Read/Write access to Windows 7 folder (VB.net)

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How do I enable any folder to allow reading and writing of text files using VB.net?
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in Explorer, click Properties, then click tab Security, then Modify, then check the checkboxes.

I hope you find the right words, I have it in Italian.

But as I said in the previous question, you'd better move your own stuff the the Application Data directory, that's not causing problems. If you solve them now, in a year from now, on your new pc, who remembers what was done so ong ago???????
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To do it in you VB program, look at this: programmatically udpate user rights
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thanks for the help
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