Quote: Originally Posted by yohan
Hi, I have two administrator accounts setup, but they can access each other's documents (C:\Users\Example). I tried removing all but the owner in the security tab, but administrators can take ownership this way somehow, anyone know what I can do (besides making them non-administrator accounts)
You can remove the Administrators Group from always being able to take ownership of objects via the Local Security Policy
If you remove all users and groups from this setting then no one can universally take ownership of anything if they don't already have the permission for that file or folder
Just to be safe leave at least one account or group here so they can always take ownership of any object encase you accidentally get locked out of your own files
Hope it helps.
Quote: Originally Posted by DarkNovaGundam
Correct me if I am wrong (which I likely am) but wouldn't creating a password for those two admin accounts prevent them from accessing each other without the other ones password?
Users in the administrative group can always take ownership of anything regardless of what user or permission they have set for that file or folder, it all depends on this local Sec policy setting as to what group has unrestricted security access