absolute or unrestricted admins rights over win7

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by coromonadalix, Jun 19, 2010.

  1. coromonadalix

    coromonadalix MDL Senior Member

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    hi @all

    noob questions,

    i whant to have absolute control over my windows 7 Ultimate 64bits, i'm tired to have fight with locked folders, trying to install a file etc...

    I've aplied the super admin ... net user administrator /active:yes trick, it helped for a few problems.

    but now when i'm trying to install a few programs, they blocks ...


    Ex: logged as an "user" with admins rights, the program cannot go further, because of locked files in Ex: c:\users\"user name"\appdata\local\temp\ ....

    is there a way to redirect all the setups and temps files setups to an unlocked folder ??? im not so sure about modding registry locations ???

    Can we, at the last setup commands in an OEM disc, have or setup a single user with full and unrestricted admin rights ????


    thanks
     
  2. timesurfer

    timesurfer MDL Developer

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    Disable UAC
     
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  3. coromonadalix

    coromonadalix MDL Senior Member

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    oh i heard about the take ownwership options, the uac options .... but still having troubles
     
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    timesurfer MDL Developer

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  5. coromonadalix

    coromonadalix MDL Senior Member

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    hi it's the temps files who lately gives me headackes ...
     
  6. timesurfer

    timesurfer MDL Developer

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    Dude thats where viruses hide on my comp when I get them which isn't recently

    Try malwarbytes free just to eliminate possibility of virus
     
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    hclarkjr MDL Member

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    if he was he would not be having those troubles
     
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  10. R0H1T

    R0H1T MDL Junior Member

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    First of all never change ownership of important files/folders like Windows, Users or their subfolders for that matter cause a lot of them are owned by System/Trusted installer & changing their ownership will really screw your OS up e.g. you won't be able to install programs &/or services might not run that's due to the fact that the System/Trusted installer modules need access to them which is denied if you change their ownership BTW which folders did you change ownership of (if any) ?
     
  11. coromonadalix

    coromonadalix MDL Senior Member

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    hi @ll

    i've seen and done that, but i dont know why M$ s**t decided to change the temp folders locations, since vista it became more frustrating to install things and programs.

    When you check closely where the files install themselfs, it became more and more messier garbled junked ..... im checking the folder links locations in registry if i can change that.

    I just whant an os who obey's me, even when i know security features like uac, admins rights etc... this computer wont go on the web, i manipulate a lot of files i had to install a uinlock files to do some of my job.
     
  12. Nimbus2000

    Nimbus2000 MDL Member

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    You can change the location where temp files are stored:

    Open the Control Panel.

    Select "System".

    Click on the "Advanced system settings" link on the left side of the page.

    Click on the "Environment Variables" button.

    Select "TEMP" and click on the "Edit" button.

    I would also edit the "TMP" variable.

    If you want to change the location for all users, repeat the process in the "System variables" window.
     
  13. HALIKUS

    HALIKUS MDL Addicted

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    When i install Windows i use an autounattended.xml to disable UAC, SFP, and use the administrator account as my default logon. I never have problems or get prompted for anything. This would only be usefull if you were to reinstall the OS.
     
  14. urie

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    @ coromonadalix, what are you really asking when you say
    is this a computer at work and admin has not given you full control or access to the internet.
     
  15. coromonadalix

    coromonadalix MDL Senior Member

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    #15 coromonadalix, Jun 21, 2010
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    hi

    It wont be acessing the web, totally isolated, that's why i whant it completly open, as an admin with full rights .... i've changed the environements variables as suggested it helped more.

    I've tried to install win 7 aik and again i have some troubles, the shortcuts are not created in the user start menu grrrrrrrr .... with different programs there's always a problem, temp files, shortcuts creations, permissions etc .... ex: waik, registry watchers, antivirus, archivers like alzip and a few more.

    the sfc, uac, environement variables, as been changed.

    It's a brand new win7 x64 ultimate ..... workstation.

    Question

    With an server 2008 r2 do we have more control ??? ex : sfp / uac / program compatibility assistant all turned off ..... i whant total control.

    I miss XP a lot but have to evolve ???