Windows 10130 Permissions Problem

My windows just upgraded to Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview Evaluation Copy. Build 10130
This seems to have cause a permissions problem for a very old program I have that still needs to update a settings file in the C:\Program Files (x86)\OldProgramName folder. How can I adjust the permissions on this folder so that I, an administrative user, can have full read and write privileges to this folder?

Thank you.
Lev SeltzerAsked:
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*** Hopeleonie ***IT ManagerCommented:
1. right-click on Folder (OldProgramName), select Properties
2. security tab
3. advanced
4. uncheck 'inherit'
5. click 'copy'

now you can edit the permissions.

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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Windows 10 (I have it running) is still a beta first of all. Then a very old program may not be compliant with Windows 10. Everything that I tried in Windows 10 ran if it was already running in Windows 8.1 .
Lev SeltzerAuthor Commented:
hopeleonie: Thank you, but this did not help my current error. I removed the program and installed on drive E:, which should have given me full rights, but it still did not work.

John Hurst: This program worked as of Thursday with version 10122.

It might be a different problem than Permissions.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
You may wish to uninstall the program and wait for a new build. Given builds have bugs that will only be fixed in the next build.
Lev SeltzerAuthor Commented:
The application is many years old, but has worked properly all this time. There will not be a new build unless I upgrade, but the cost of the upgrade is almost $700 (the original software was under $200). I have already uninstalled it and installed it on a different drive without success.
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Two things: one is that old programs die and the other (already noted) is that I have experienced bugs in Windows 10 builds along the way.
Lev SeltzerAuthor Commented:
I use the compatibility troubleshooter, and managed to get the program to work. Not perfectly, but at least it does work for the most part. Thank you.
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
@Lev Seltzer  - Thanks for the update. I got Build 10130 running over the weekend and it seems to be working fine with the software I have for it.
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