Bettie Claxton wrote:
> I am aware of the results of messing around with the registry. I always
> keep a recent copy on hand, just in case....
> I was talking about setting the security of the CLSID at the folder level
> you call it. For other CLSIDs, one or more if the 3 logon ids have
> permissions for them. I'm just looking for a way to get access to this
> one. And maybe some idea of why this would happen.
Sure. Start regedit with Administrator privileges by doing Start>Search
box>type: regedit. When regedit appears in the Results above, right-click
on it and choose "Run as Administrator".
Navigate to the key you want and right-click on it to change permissions.
You might want to simply add "Everyone" to the groups and give full
permissions to the key. Start at the top key and you'll see where you can
have everything below it inherit the parent permissions of that key.
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