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  1.    #30

    Brink,
    pdf file is not protected. I have copied many files to C drive and always was there that note...
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  2.    #31

    gijoetech1,
    hidden partition for windows instalation can be there. Only I have no idea how the other partition can influence the C drive

    anyway see printscreen
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    yarinnn said: View Post
    Brink,
    pdf file is not protected. I have copied many files to C drive and always was there that note...
    Files saved in a system folder are protected by default from being able to easily modify them.

    Does the .pdf open and modify fine after copying to your desktop and trying to open from there?
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  4.    #33

    Yes file can be copied to desktop and modified.

    OK, I know that c drive is protected from defeault, but I dont want to, therefore Im posting here.
    As I said in Win7 and 8.1 it worked by switch of the UAC but in Win10 not....
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       #34

    You could save them in a New Folder on C instead of in a system folder to avoid this.
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  6.    #35

    You don't understand me, I don't need to copy some pdf files to "program files", but serious system files like libraries etc. That pdf file was only to demonstarate you the issue.
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       #36

    I understand. Please go ahead and create a new thread for this issue in the General Support forum area since this is not related to this tutorial.

    I'll be happy to try and help there. :)
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  8.    #37

    I tought that this branch solves the the issue I asked for. My mistake, sorry.
    In case that you or anybody else see page where issue to be disscused let me know. Thank you for you time.
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  9.    #38

    @Brink

    Is there any way to make this happen for the system drive (C) with 5% of quota enabled by default for all user via any reg tweak for latest win v1809 or v1903?
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    SM03 said: View Post
    @Brink

    Is there any way to make this happen for the system drive (C) with 5% of quota enabled by default for all user via any reg tweak for latest win v1809 or v1903?

    It reserves 5% of the drive size by default, but you can use an option in the tutorial below to change it.

    Change System Protection Max Storage Size for Drive in Windows 10 | Tutorials
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