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Windows 7 Access denied manage your credentials

Posted on 2011-09-12
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I bought a new Dell Inpsiron Laptop with Windows 7 64bit. The user that is created is created as an Administrator and the system refuses to change, add or access any credentials. As soon as I click on "manage your credentials" the following error message pops up:

"You do not have permission to save files to this location. Select a different location"
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Question by:PeetKoekekmoer
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Hi.

Create another admin and repeat. Does the problem show up there, too?
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by:ded9
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Lower down UAC settings from control panel and check...reboot is required.


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by:ded9
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Can also try this.

Close all apps and then run this fixit.

http://support.microsoft.com/mats/Malware_Prevention/


Reboot and check.



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by:PeetKoekekmoer
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Thanx this worked however just some work to set everything up again, email etc.
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