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    Charles said:
    AndyC said:

    Whatever. I'm finished with this topic.


    We aren't though Wink

    On an unrelated note, UAC doesn't bother me that much; my biggest gripe is how they duplicated various dialog boxes for common tasks in NT6 / Win7 so that UAC can "split down the middle" and allow people to see-and-not-touch various settings like NTFS ACLs and Network settings, but if you're using WS2008 where UAC is disabled it means you have to open superflous and pointless windows to get to what you're trying to do.

    Will they get rid of the duplicate ACL windows in the final build of Win7?