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    Denying delete permission to an user account in windows 10.

    IF you're talking about local Access (not over a network then group membership rights are going to get you everytime. IF the user account is member of a group (Administrators for instance) that has elevated privledges with respect to files and folders on the local machine then that will win out...
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    About Dism /online /cleanup-image /restore-health

    You need to specify your source Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /source:wim:X:\sources\install.wim:1 /limitaccess Where "X" is the location of your installation files (DVD or mounted Windows 10 ISO)
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    POLITICS Breaking : Britain First & Radical Muslims Face Off On UK Streets

    Welcome to a brave new world. I would sympathize, except we have our own idiots on this side of the pond. I think we've got some bad times ahead of us. I've never seen such brazen bigotry and hatred on display before..... like it is now. Buckle up, the ride is likely to get bumpy.
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    Ethernet Controller

    It would probably be a good idea to go to Dell.com -> Support by product..... Plug in your service tag number and download the drivers for your operating system from there. You will of course need a system that can connect to the internet in order to do this.
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    Any freeware enable password protection on a folder

    BUT..... And therein lies the rub. I'm not sure anything that is done by one of those admin users couldn't be un-done by one of the others if it had any impact on any of the others, since they all seem to be sharing a single account, I wouldn't expect that it would, without a third party...
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    Window 7 home basic????

    Is there some reason why you want to avoid performing an in-place upgrade of your Windows 7 Home Basic to Windows 10 Home? It's free and does not require a purchase of an upgrade. After the upgrade and the Win 10 installation is activated, if you wish you can perform a clean install and again...
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    Windows 10 Devices connected to domain network not showing on network explorer

    IF you are talking about Version 1511 Build 10586.3 There have been two Cumulative Updates Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3118754) which I believe brought the build number up to 10586.11 AND Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based...
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    Windows 10 Devices connected to domain network not showing on network explorer

    A Domain relies entirely on a DNS server for name resolution. I assume you are running DNS on one of your servers in your Domain, even if it's your Domain Controller. Make sure that all Domain Client machines are point at your local DNS server for name resolution. As a matter of fact it should...
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    Windows 10 Build 1511 (10586) ISO

    That is my understanding, as well as my personal experience. I recently did a clean install on one of my machines with the ISO and used the Windows 8 key during the process.
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    Windows 10 Build 1511 (10586) ISO

    OK thanks.... as I understand it the DISM tool included in Windows 7 is far less robust than the DISM tool included in later versions of Windows. All I can say is, that if you are talking about the Setup.exe file date..... In my 10.0.10586.0 ISO the date is 10/30/2015 4:35 AM However I cannot...
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    Graphic Drivers

    Can't wait for "Burgundy" and "Magenta"
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    Windows 10 Build 1511 (10586) ISO

    It looks like you are trying to perform the task on a Windows 7 machine. I believe that DISM functionality is deprecated to some extent on Windows versions prior to Windows 8 or maybe even Windows 8.1
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    Windows 10 Build 1511 (10586) ISO

    I don't see anything wrong with the dism log file so I still don't know what error you received My log file is practically identical. Which should have produced this in the command prompt window
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    Windows 10 Build 1511 (10586) ISO

    What error are you getting?
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    Windows 10 Build 1511 (10586) ISO

    Confirmed the same myself. Somehow very strange that there is still a link out there to a version of the media creation tool that still get you an 1511 ISO. For future reference if you want to check you ISO version. Mount it and then right click the start button and choose Command Prompt...
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    Windows 10 Build 1511 (10586) ISO

    Not sure I like the "InsiderPreview" in the title of that ISO. Could you activate it without a key? Are you going to be an automatic insider if you install it? Beside, I already have both the 32 and 64 bit versions of the ISO so it is of no concern to me. I was just attempting to give...
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    Windows 10 Build 1511 (10586) ISO

    Maybe wait till Monday. The twitterverse is all aflutter with it but it is the weekend. Nothing from Gabe nothing that I can find on the building windows blog, nothing in the insider hub. It might just be a glitch and the resource pages have been reverted, but it does look deliberate, so if they...
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    Windows 10 Build 1511 (10586) ISO

    I hate it when that happens and my wife really hates it. And then there's me..... who waited and waited for Threshold 2 (TH_2) to become available so I could finally bite the bullet and do a custom clean install. Which I of course did immediately. Now I'm waiting to hear some official...
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    Windows 10 Build 1511 (10586) ISO

    Microsoft has very quietly pulled the 1511 update SOURCE: The media creation tool here https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 I wonder what's up. Sure would be nice to know these kind of things in advance, when we're trying to help people. Checking my default go to link...
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    Adware removal?

    Try Rogue Killer from here RogueKiller Let it finish its' preliminary scan, then read the prompts, when it is ready it will tell you to click the scan button. Sort through what it finds, you may want to accept the defaults or not.... then click the delete button. Some malware can regenerate...
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