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Do not have Read/Write permissions to C/Program File (x86)

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I get the following error message when accessing online program in Windows 8.  "You may not have appropriate permission to access the item.”  (The path is C:\Program Files(x86)\IDS LLC\IDS\Client\ids.exe)"
I elevated UAC this work on Windows 7 PC's but not Windows 8.
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Can you actually browse to the C:\Program Files(x86)\IDS LLC\IDS\Client folder and verify that the ids.exe file is there? Right click and check your permissions to the ids.exe file itself (right click the file > Properties > Security tab > Advanced) - what do you see?
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Thanks you put me on the right path to solve the problem in Windows 8 program files.
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