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Anthony Appleyard20-Jan-13 11:03
Anthony Appleyard20-Jan-13 11:03 
> You can adjust the protection levels or run with Administrator privileges

How do I switch to running in administrator mode?

The usual user mode that I am in when I start my PC, please how can I make that user authenticated?

When did all this about several users and an administrator start in desktop PC's? When desktop computers came in, I was thankful that at last I was master of my computer and free from complications of several users and usernames and having to appeal to an administrator for things like when a computer was as big as a car and needed its own room.

Which privilege does a user need to move a file using rename(,)? My program makes no objection about reading and writing to files in the C:\ area.

I have a very similar Visual C++ project which does not refuse to rename files in my C: area.

When my Visual C++ compiler is working on this program, do I have to click "Project" on the top menu and then Properties on the resulting dropdown menu to make that project compile a program with the privilege to move files?

I have seen many changes in computers. I remember when the fastest data link available to me between the two parts of the university that I worked in, was me walking along Upper Brook Street with a magnetic tape about a foot (= 30 cm) diameter under my arm.

modified 20-Jan-13 17:40pm.

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