|30 Jan 2009||#1|
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Sharing Paritions/Files with Vista Dual-Boot Configurations
So, I have three partitions: Vista, Windows 7, and a Storage Partition.
It seems that Windows 7 and Vista are fighting over permissions to folders I'd like to share between then. So, for the Windows 7 Documents library I added the Documents partition that I use for Vista. Sometimes I get a message that I don't have permission and I can click Continue to fix it automatically, but how can I prevent this? The user accounts for both OS's are the same, but I know they get different SIDs.
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