I played with my permissions. But I don't think you have delete permissions
for Windows. Check using Effective Permissions in the Security Dialog (click
advanced a few time and you'll find it). If so then the editor may make a
difference. As there are no delete permission granted nothing can delete
files. Some editors edit files on disk using OLE or Virtual Memory tecniques
(like MSWord - but I don't know it works with text files this way, it does
with docs) - these should work because the same file stay in the same place
and only contents are changed and the file is not deleted. However Word
works on a copy of the file so has to delete the original to finalise the
save. Other editors overwrite the file, and others save to a temporary name,
if it works it then deletes the original and renames the temporary.
But you can't delete, take ownership, or change permissions.
"R. C. White, MVP" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hi, jmydcrkt1.
> At the risk of stating the obvious, is your .ini file set to Read Only?
> Sometimes Vista's attempts to keep us from hurting ourselves go overboard.
> You might need to take ownership of that file, or its folder or volume,
> before you can give yourself permission to see it or change it.
> R. C. White, CPA
> San Marcos, TX
> Microsoft Windows MVP
> (Running Windows Mail in Vista Ultimate x64)
> "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com@discussions.microsoft.com>
> wrote in message
>>I try to chage a few letters for a progrom to run. Needs to be modified
>> running vista and with all these blocks wont let me save it. Tried to
>> all my settings to run as admistrator too. If have an answer plz help me.