If you can figure out how to get permissions to make changes in the registry for the screensaver, I would and many other, be very, very grateful. for example, i wrongly remove the security setting in the "security tab"(tab) of a file, no it would no any security setting as well any ownership etc under its tab, i Wednesday, October 19, 2016 4:47 PM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site. Finally got to the point where no infections are found scanning with AVG and Spybot, though HouseCall still finds some sort of "generic" infection that it has no additional info for
Richard Giving Adminstrators the ownership not the local user. still cannot modify the key.Thank you for the advice regardless. Tackling this when my schedule allowed, it took a good week for me to finally find out what Virtumonde is (I used to do IT work but moved on years ago) When you go into advanced permissions, hit change, you can put your name in, hit OK, and your name shows up at the top as the owner. https://www.raymond.cc/blog/full-control-permission-to-delete-or-edit-restricted-windows-registry/
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Finding this article basically saved the day. Even though I'm logged in using super admin account. Also tried bunch of other registry programs as well...
Coast). Select Permissions… If your Windows login doesn't appear under Group or user names press Add… to add your account. On this Q&A site we try to provide good answers to questions people post. Registrar Registry Editor Not the answer you're looking for?
We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. Unable To Save Permission Changes On Regedit Changed it back to my cousin's user, rebooted... Reply Pawel November 15, 2013 at 7:16 am # Besides it is not working. First noticed it when Office tried to install an update and kept failing with a 1406 error.
I think the safe-mode is a bit overkill but a system restore point for sure. Here's what I've tried so far. Coast). Thank you! Unable To Delete Registry Key Access Denied
Add yourself as an owner Click the Advanced button. The batch file method should work nicely for everyone, so look up for details. :) Saturday, November 10, 2012 8:28 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks TheEDFLegacy. FASTER THAN YOU CAN PERCEIVE ! Thanks!
Press Okay, then before you press Okay again make sure the following is selected: share|improve this answer answered Oct 15 '15 at 3:43 Insane 1,75031237 Thanks for answering, but Unable To Save Permission Changes Windows 10 Once you are the owner, you should be implicitly grantedREAD_CONTROL(which allows you to read the security descriptor on the object in question), andWRITE_DAC(which allows you to write to the DACL on This is one of the few instances where the Apply button is actually useful!) *If your username is not on this list Click Other users or groups and manually add it.
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up vote 6 down vote favorite 1 I want to change a Windows 7 Registry key in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced - Hidden I ran regedit as administrator. Click on Apply and OK buttons and you'll now have full permission on the registry key. In the new window , click on the "Find Now" button.3. Right click on the components folder, click permissions.4.