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comment Windows Photo Viewer can't open this picture because you don't have the correct permissions to access the file location
I'd forgotten about this, and have since had to do a full reinstall due to a Windows Update hosing my system (failure to boot). Permissions on the above folder are currently correct for me, and I have no problem anymore opening images in the viewer. But I cannot confirm the fix one way or the other.
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revised Can Thunderbird and MS Outlook be made to play nice together
Update for 2015.
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answered Can Thunderbird and MS Outlook be made to play nice together
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comment Disable Drag (not drop) in the Windows Explorer Navigation Pane
In my case this idea is not useful - the accidental drag/drop happens as I move my mouse rapidly up or down the long list. It's always more than any threshold value that you could set, usually a good percentage of my 1920x1600 pixel monitor.
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revised How do I set up two existing disks with identical contents as a single mirrored volume in Windows 7 without losing data?
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comment Access is denied error, when I mklink on Windows 7
No, you don't need admin, but you do need a special permission in the security policy for non-admin users to be able to create links. See my answer.
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revised Disable Drag (not drop) in the Windows Explorer Navigation Pane
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asked Disable Drag (not drop) in the Windows Explorer Navigation Pane