Topic Please Help ! System 32 issue.
Hello, I really need some help with something.
I've been looking around the web for my problem but I can only find solutions to the opposit.
Here is a description of my problem:
I had troubles with a game and the log said there was something wrong in System32.
So I went there and it asked if I wanted to access it, which I did (though I wasn't able to solve the problem, but luckily it solved itself).
However now it is wide open and I can not re-lock it, so if a Trojan or anything manages to get into my system it can do everything with it.
Please how do I lock the access to my System32 ?
And I mean for users, I understand ofcourse the computer must always have access to it.
I'm not great at this stuff, but there's a program called Take Ownership on the web that allows you to, well, take control of a program or a folder. Not sure if it could work as a lock, but hey, could always try?
Thanks for the feedback, but I feel this must be possible to be done within Windows 7 itself.
I mean I can open up permission as Administrator, so I must be able to lock it as well, I would think.
However, I can't find any way that works.
Edited by Zazkya on 07/12/11 21:55 (GMT)
I know this because I checked.
I restarted the computer, two times, one of which was a complete shut down,
and it was still open.
Edit: I checked again right now, yep..still wide open.