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I tried to rename a folder in Bridge 2.1.1.9 and got the response that I do not have permission to rename the folder. I can add and delete all files in the folder and rename other folders in Bridge without a problem.
I sign on my windows XP system as administrator and am the only user of CS3 on this computer. There are no user restrictions under the user accounts in Windows XP. I have never used version cue. How do I regain "permission" to rename this folder?

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Not sure if the same system exists in XP but in Vista you can right click on Bridge icon and select "Run as Administrator". This will eliminate the message you got. Not an expert here, but believe this is not the same as being the only user, or signing on as administrator as I have seen a difference in permission levels from my use.
The other possibility is that you have that folder open in another program at the time you want to rename it.

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