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damwan

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Hello all,
I have an issue. I recently decided to delete a secondary admin account from my windows 7 setup. I opted for the "keep the files" option in the account deletion process so I could save some of the files at a later time. Now I am trying to delete the folder that was placed on the desktop but it says I dont have permission. I've tried taking ownership and granting permission but it still say I dont have permission. I just want to delete the folder once and for all. Can anyone help...thank you!

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Iconicmoronic

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try these steps, then before deleting the administrator account again, move your folder and edit the permissions from within the administrator account.

http://maximumpcguid...-administrator/

it sounds to me like you just had some unfinished business, deleted the account a little prematurely and need it in order to edit the permissions that are currently only accessible to it.
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