Vista uses a different file structure than XP does/did. Those familiar
folder names you may be used to, like "My Documents", "Documents &
Settings", etc. are not folders in Vista. They are junction points, and are
used for legacy programs which were written to utilize the XP file
structure. They will
redirect the programs to use the equivalent Vista folders.
If you keep the protected operating system files hidden, you won't see them.
Documents & Settings -> \Users
My Documents -> \Users\youraccount\Documents
My Music -> \Users\youraccount\Music
Application Data -> \Users\youraccount\AppData
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"JethroUK©" <reply@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Can anyone tell me the default permissions of "Documents & Settings"
> Currently mine has full read/write permission for "myself"
> No permission at all for 'administrators' and 'system'
> What i am struggle to figure out is that it wont let me have access
> despite me being logged on as 'myself' and being an administrator