Hi everyone. I'm new here so I wasn't sure exactly where to post this question but this section seemed logical to me. I recently used the SysInternals program AccessEnum and discovered that there is a whole list of files and folders in my Windows and System32 folder that have Everyone permissions applied.Most all of them have read and read & execute attributes applied for Everyone. Some of them have the write attribute checked as well. This seemed like a security issue to me. This is on Windows XP Pro SP3. I am the only user of this computer. I'm not on a network and this isn't a server. I don't have any shared folders. When I used AccessEnum I was logged in as administrator. Is there any reason at all that any file or folder on my PC should have any sort of Everyone permissions? If not, is there a quick and easy way to remove the Everyone group from all of them? As it would take me forever and a day to go thru each one individually and remove it. If I left any important details out let me know what else would be useful to help answer my question. I could include a copy of the AccessEnum log if needed. Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance.