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Java.exe access is denied

I have problem with access to java.exe from not parent directory.

Windows Vista Home Premium, JDK 7.

I need to execute java.exe from any directory, but when I try to run it from Command Promt, I get message 'Access is denied'. I configured all related environment variables. Access rights to this file allow me to run it. All folders have read permissions.

If I run it from parent directory, everything is OK.

Does anybody know what's the problem?

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