|09 Jan 2012||#1|
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System Administrator..Permissions..Users name can't change...HELP
Basically my cousin accidentally thought my new computer was his.. and he set it up all in his name and what not (lets go with the name STEVE).. I basically have changed the names of the login and what not around BUT here's my problem:
Everytime I goto Network..then click on BOB (let's just say that's my name), I see two things listed. Under Users.. MY stupid cousin's name (STEVE) and then "public."
When I try and change the folder's name to MY name (Bob), I always get this message:
You need permission to perform this action
You require permission from Administrators to make changes to this folder.
I've already gone to control panel, User Accounts, changed the name to BOB and made it the Administrator.. Yet I can't seem to change the folder name under USERS. I'm losing my mind here and I don't have the time to do a clean install right now. HELP!
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