This is not a duplicate , because I tried the solution here How do I create a link in Windows 7 home premium as a regular user? and another solution too that I mention, and it didn't work and i'm asking what to do when that doesn't work.
I am running Windows 7
Here you see I get the message that I don't have sufficient privileges to do mklink. I'd like to be able to do it without running cmd as administrator.
C:\Users\har>echo %userprofile% C:\Users\har C:\Users\har> C:\Users\har>echo dsfdsfsd >ffff C:\Users\har>mklink lsomefile ffff You do not have sufficient privilege to perform this operation. C:\Users\har>
So I set "Create Symbolic Links" to include Everyone as well as my username. as described here How do I create a link in Windows 7 home premium as a regular user?
That didn't work, I still get that message.
And I tried a solution mentioned here http://blog.rlucas.net/rants/dont-bother-with-symlinks-in-windows-7/
And I tried this editrights command from cygwin, from cmd run as administrator(where editrights gives no error).
$editrights -a SeCreateSymbolicLinkPrivilege -u [USERNAME] so in my case
$editrights -a SeCreateSymbolicLinkPrivilege -u har
And I have restarted.
But it doesn't work I still get that message that I "do not have sufficient privilege"