> > The pgsql directory privileges are set to Everyone (Full Control).
> Hmm. Bummer. I really thought that was it. Can you check the full
> directory tree up to the root directory as well, to see if there's
> someplace else there where the user couldn't get in withotu admin/pu?
The directory structure is the following:
I have logged out and re-logged in as an user of Users group. As this user I
can create/edit/delete all the files and directories in all the folders and
subfolders of C:\pgsql\, I can start C:\pgsql\bin\initdb.exe and it works
perfectly. If I try to do the same as Administrator, it fails.
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