Drezpc wrote:
Make sure the account you are using is part of the local administrators
group on the computer in question. If is not, add it to the local admin
group, then local off and back on this will update the ACL and ACE
permissions and you will now have access to the C:\users location. You will
receive a UAC (unless you turned it off) message, just press continue and
you'll have access.

<sigh> In Vista "Documents and Settings" is a JUNCTION POINT - it doesn't contain anything that the OP could a) understand or b) do anything with. It's a POINTER to the Vista folder of C:\Users\{account name}\Documents, for the use of legacy applications that use the XP folder designation.
If you have had experience with *nix then it's like a symbolic link.

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