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SBS 2011-Help editing user/groups to be able to edit their Windows Directory

Posted on 2014-04-23
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We run SBS 2011 standard for our small business.  We have some users that need to access their c:\Windows directory for software development purposes.  They are currently listed as standard users.

What would be the best way to open this up for them?

Thanks,
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by:JBond2010
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Are they a member of the Local Admin's group on the PC? If they are, then they should be able to access the Window directory.
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by:mcbathost
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They are local admins and we haven't run into this problem before.  I thought the local admin would have covered it as well.
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by:JBond2010
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Have you any GPO's in Group Policy restricting access? On one of the PCs, open the command prompt and type gpresult /r and press enter and see what GPO's are being applied to the user and computer account.
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David Atkin earned 500 total points
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May be worth disabling UAC on those machines if possible.  With some programs it can cause an issue.
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by:mcbathost
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UAC was the problem in this case as the UAC was preventing 3rd party programs from running their scripts.
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