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FS9 doesnt recognize me as admin?

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FS9, as well as XP in general in't recognizing me as an administrator. I'm the only account and I KNOW I'm the admin. Anyone ever seen this and how to correct XP?

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If XP says you're not an Administrator then you have a problem. What does it say under User Accounts?Doug

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Why not log in into "Administrator" account? There you can surely make all the changes.

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>Why not log in into "Administrator" account? There you can>surely make all the changes.This didn't work here. The weird thing on my side is that FS runs perfectly normal apart from an error message that appears each time I boot up FS. Scenery installation and other administrative work in FS works normally!meatwater_nopermission.jpg-------------------MeatWater

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Meat, are you by any chance logged into a domain or is your computer connected to a home or work network?Regards,Mike T.

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It's connected to a home network via router and permanent IP address-------------------MeatWater

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In the user account panel, verify that your sign-in account is as follows: . Verify also that there are no other accounts defined there also.Verify that the value for is correct.

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Mike, could you provide a screenshot please? I thought the "user account window" is that with my mug next to my sign in name - there is no more informatione there, so doubt that I'm looking in the right place...-------------------MeatWater

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Meat. Email me at michael (at) toussaintonline.net and I'll be more than happy to help ya out... I have a few ideas what your problem may be.I'm running Vista on all my PCs so screenies probably won't help. Check out Control Panel > User Accounts > Manage User Accounts (more or less translates into the same steps in XP, if I remember correctly). You will see the accounts authorized to login to your PC and their account level (Restricted User, User or Administrator). Regards,Mike

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