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You don’t currently have permission to access this folder.

Problem : Whenever trying to access files or folders which current login account don't have permission but belong to administrator group, the system will prompt : You don’t currently have permission to access this folder. If you click continue button , the system will add the current login account into the ACL which you might want it to happen because this will mess up your ACL. Solution : Run Explorer.exe as administrator. You might see some solution suggest to run explorer.exe as administrator. If you create a shortcut at desktop to launch the explorer.exe and right click select Run As Administrator. But soon or later you will notice the problem still remain. After searching around , I found the trick which a lot of them didn't mention in their answer. The trick : Modify the registry. Changing the registry setting “RunAs” to “_RunAs” in HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\AppID\{CDCBCFCA-3CDC-436f-A4E2-0E02075250C2} . Tested on my machine , this trick is working. Solution found fro

Convert HTML to Plain Text

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Very Silly Method to strip off html to get url

I know this is a very silly method on stripping off html tag from the html source code in order to retrieve the jpg url but it work , so I record down for my own use. 1. Prepare a file with all the html code and save it as txt.txt. < onblur=" try {parent.deselectBloggerImageGracefully();} catch(e) {}" href=""> " > < style=" float: left; margin: 0pt 10px 10px 0pt; cursor: pointer; width: 266px; height: 400px;" src="" alt=" " id=" BLOGGER_PHOTO_ID_5539069505528919378" border=" 0"> < /a> 2. awk 'BEGIN { RS="href=\"" } { print $1}' txt.txt >txt2.txt " > < style=" float: left; margin: 0pt 10

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