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comment windows file somehow has two versions user and Administrator
@magicandre1981 so then it is just a default behavior of Windows 7 now. I understand your point of XP, but it seems like early on Windows 7 made did this also and only after some amount of Microsoft patches did it change. That has great detail, thanks!
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