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Hi again, lucylu. I searched the net and found this:


icacls is a command-line utility that can be used to modify NTFS file system permissions in Windows Server 2003 SP2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista and Windows 7. It builds on the functionality of similar previous utilities, including cacls, Xcacls.exe, Cacls.exe, and Xcacls.vbs.
With icacls, administrators can view or modify access control lists for files and folders, to help understand and fix inherited permissions. Icacls inheritance options can be used to apply permissions to parent and child objects throughout the file structure

It seems to be a tool related to file/map permissions. Bee Aware! tries to store a save file in your user directory, so I'm guessing this might have something to do with permissions set on your system. Code 6 points in that direction, when I look for error codes in windows this one means 'can not get a handle', so no permission to save a file. Hope this helps!

Greetings, Danny.

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Thanks for checking it out, unfortunately I have no clue what to do. I am using 64bit Windows. Maybe it'll work next time I reinstall my Windows system :)