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Windows 7: Help on exempting Admin from restriction

17 Mar 2016   #1

windows 7 ultimate64 bit
Help on exempting Admin from restriction

Hi. Please help on how I can make administrator exempted from any restrictions. I managed to restrict User1 to modify display resolution. My problem now is it affected myself as an Admin. Please help. Thank you.

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