spikeychris 18:24 13 Jun 2006

Finding I have driver issues I decided to rename the driver folder in system32 and drag a copy of /system32/drivers over the network. I found in the process that I need admin access. I should have it but I didnt.

Looks like a generic fault that can be fixed with here

I havent tried it as the machines are at work but there is an obvious issue with administrator access in beta2

  Devil Fish 20:07 13 Jun 2006

yes i have hit problems administrator rights thanks for the link spikeychris


  mattyc_92 20:15 13 Jun 2006

I have noticed you have to "right-click" things and select "Run as Administrator"

  spikeychris 20:19 13 Jun 2006

it won't let you do that with a system file.

  picklsey 04:07 14 Jun 2006

for ref thanks

  spikeychris 18:29 14 Jun 2006

I can confirm that the above reg hack does indeed open up a new administrator account. Thing is, you still can't mess with system files!

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