Vista is on my F: Partition and it seems like The Simconnect libraries go bonkers when everything is the F: drive instead of the C: drive (XP is on C. The libraries were working fine under XP on the C: Drive. I am the administrator on the Vista Machine. It is giving "unable to create": Warning 1 Load of property 'OutputPath' failed. The entered path is not a valid output path. Managed Data Request Warning 2 Could not create output directory 'F:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Microsoft Flight Simulator X SDK\SDK\Core Utilities Kit\SimConnect SDK\Samples\Managed Data Request\Managed Data Request\bin\Debug\'. Access is denied. Managed Data Request Warning 3 Load of property 'OutputPath' failed. The entered path is not a valid output path. Managed Data Request Warning 4 Unable to create directory "bin\Debug\". Access to the path 'bin\Debug\' is denied. Managed Data Request Warning 5 Unable to create directory "obj\Debug\". Access to the path 'obj\Debug\' is denied. Managed Data Request Why is this happening when I am the Administrator on the Vista machine. What the heck is going on here? I have uninstalled and re-installed the SDK and SDK SP1A and I still can't get any of the SimConnect SDK samples to work. Has anybody tried to install VS 2005 and the SimConnect libraries on a Multi Boot (Vista on F: or other than C. PLEASE HELP! Thanks!