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17 Apr 2011  
MusicalRabbi2k3

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 Service Pack1
 
 

I tried that. I was the owner of the file before. It seems like, for some reason the first 4 permissions were inherited from the hard drive and for all of them the remove button is grayed out even for my user even though my user is also the owner. I can click on them and edit them. When I change the permissions, It just adds a new permission entry that does not override the previous ones and for the new ones, under "inherited from" it says not inherited instead of E: where the program was installed
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