|14 Jul 2009||#1|
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Install with different account
I installed Windows 7 with a secondary admin account I have. When I login with my regular user account (which I've added to the local admin group) I don't seem to have full admin rights on the machine.
I've noticed in several areas where I need to make some changes (Internet Explorer, adding OneNote COM addin to Outlook) I am unable to.
Do I need to do anything else to raise the account rights for my regular user account?
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