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aferlo 26-01-2011 10:25 PM

how to change "User Rights Assigment" in Windows Vista Home Premium
 
Hi,

I just installed Microstation V8i and I need to change [MS_MEMORY_FREELIMIT] and to do it I need to follow the following:


Unable to use all of the memory in your system because current user does not have "Lock Pages in Memory" privilege. See Control Panel>Administrative Tools>Local Security Policy>User Rights Assignment.


The problem is that Vista Home Premium does support this...

Any help on how I can change it???

Many thanks

Maq.H 27-01-2011 07:28 PM

Re: how to change "User Rights Assigment" in Windows Vista Home Premium
 
Well, you can open and change the "User Rights Assigment" by doing the following steps:
  • Go to Start Menu.
  • Type "secpol.msc" in the search Field.
  • Tap on Enter. This will open local security policy.
  • On the left side, click on Local Policies. If you are unable to see it than click on the server icon. Some times it resides under this folder.
  • Under Local Policies folder, you will find "User Rights Assignment".

You can now make necessary changes you want. :thumbup1:


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