I may be technically incorrect to call it the Windows system file. It is 
the Program File, but all file input has to have Administrator permission. 
You get the idea, I hope.

On Wednesday, April 9, 2014 3:38:15 PM UTC-4, Michael Laird wrote:
> I am trying to clone angular-seed into a directory in my apache/htdocs so 
> apache can do the webserving during development. Apache is in my Windows 
> system file, which requires Administrator permission to add directories and 
> files.
> When I do the clone, lots of successful download messages are followed by 
> lots of messages that say
> error: unable to create file x  (permission denied)
> Then, fatal: unable to checkout working tree
> Is there a git command that will give Administrator permission to create a 
> file, or interrupt the clone and let me manually give permission?
> What other alternatives do I have to get the contents of angular-seed into 
> a new directory in htdocs? 

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