RE: Administrator account problem

Dangerous Digits wrote:

files / etc. that I created under original (default) admin login.
I believe that you are reffering to a profile issue. Every created user has
his own profile, under documents and settings. It is possible to copy
profiles, bu tI need to know if this is what you are actually referring to.
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