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I have managed the security in D drive of other user from administrator. so the normal system is, when i am going to copy or delete data from that drive it will want administrator password. After entering the password it it will copy or delete. but the problem is its not working. so, i clean the security of other user and give them full permission. But still its not working. Even though i can't copy from administrator account. when i am going to copy, it shows me that " You need permission to perform this action". Please help me to solve this problem. My PCs operating system is Windows 7.

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