No permission to run IE 7+

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Administration' started by Gene Girard, Jun 12, 2006.

  1. Gene Girard

    Gene Girard Guest

    I upgraded over an existing Windows XP Home installed. It only had one user
    with administrative privileges and no password. In Vista whenever I launch
    IE 7+ it's hard locks/freezes and I have to load out. If I click anything
    in the entire OS that " calls " IE, same thing. I've narrowed it down to a
    don't have permission to access the entire IE 7+ folder. I desperately need
    help as this is making my whole Vist experience just awful. Any suggestions
    greatly appreciated.

    --Gene

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    Gene Girard, Jun 12, 2006
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    Sharon F Guest

    Is Sun's Java (version 5, release 7) installed? If yes, uninstall it and
    try 5, version 6 instead.
     
    Sharon F, Jun 13, 2006
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  3. Gene Girard

    Gene Girard Guest

    Sharon, thank you for your response. I hate Java. The useless icon in the
    system tray the state's boldly " Java Platform 2, JRE 1.5 ", but in Programs
    version five, released six, finally, and about, it says " Version 1.5.0
    (build 1.5.0_06-b05) " finally in desperation I pointed and click myself to
    User Access Control and turned it off. All my problems have disappeared.
    When I get more familiar with Vista and its user account, rights, and
    permissions information I will change it back. I hope this to ships with an
    interactive tutorial on these issues. When I was poking around trying to
    access the rights of the Windows Internet Explorer folder I found a user
    with the name of " Microsoft Net Framework 1.1 with machine in the name. I
    deleted that user. My install was an upgrade from a clean install of
    Windows XP (plus about 15 of my favorite programs), so probably accounts for
    some of my problems.

    Thanks very much,
    Gene
     
    Gene Girard, Jun 15, 2006
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