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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 15/02/2019 00:42, Brian Burkhalter
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                  class="">The proposed change below ran without error
                  through the jdk_core tests on Windows. Presumably it
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    I think the fix looks okay but I think it needs checking in the
    different configurations (process has the privilege, does not have
    the privilege, and "developer mode") to be sure. This isn't
    something we can setup in the jtreg tests.<br>
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    -Alan<br>
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