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this error indicates that the file or directory c:\windows\policies\explorer cannot be opened because it does not exist or because you do not have the necessary permission to open it. you have permission to read this file. the file is used by microsoft windows to determine the properties of users, computer groups, and other system-defined entities.

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when you open a shortcut menu, the os calls the function built into the shortcut. this function opens the shortcut menu, reads the list of commands, and extracts the command from the shortcut. it then uses the command to cause the os to perform the windows function that created the shortcut. in the case of a shortcut created by an application, the application calls the os function that opens the shortcut menu.

some programs that create shortcuts are programs called desktop editors. desktop editors create shortcuts on the desktop (explorer.exe) for easy access to files. a common example of a desktop editor is a program called windows explorer.

windows live mail, windows mail, and windows mail are all of the above. although outlook express and windows mail are rarely used, they are nevertheless included as they sometimes are used for mailing lists.

protection network manager 5 (pnnm) is a tool for protecting confidential information in the windows communication process. it allows enterprises to automate, monitor, and control the proxy server used to access corporate communication networks and devices. for example, enterprises and individuals can customize business protocols such as http and ftp to restrict and control access to information in the windows communication process. this tool also enables enterprises and institutions to centrally manage proxy servers and routers to enable more secure configuration and prevent the recreation of the proxy server for remote users.


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