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Trying to take ownership of system .dll files to add custome themes.
I am trying to take ownership of some of my system files in order to grant administrative permission to change the name of the files and replace them with customized versions. Everytime I do this, Right after I take ownership and grant permission to ExplorerFrame, or any of the other files, I cant click on any of the other "edit" options to take ownership of any of the other needed files. I could REALLy use some help here. I know its a touchy task to take on, especially with a low experience level in this, but it seems fairly straight forward and cut and dry.
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|29 Sep 2011||#2|
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Welcome to the Seven Forums
First thing you should do is create a restore point System Restore Point - Create
Sometimes I have had to turn off UAC to get it to work properly and then turn it back on when done. User Account Control - UAC - Change Notification Settings
Then look at post number six in this thread will show you how.
Basic Networking Information
Let me know if you need more help.
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