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Windows 7: Is there anyway to change user permissions via .reg file?

09 Nov 2011   #1

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Is there anyway to change user permissions via .reg file?

I'm trying to create a .reg file that I can distribute to automatically remove Homegroup from the Windows 7 Windows Explorer Navigation Pane.. (and several other folders actually)

So like in that case it would be -

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{B4FB3F98-C1EA-428d-A78A-D1F5659CBA93}\ShellFolder]
"QueryForOverlay"=""
"HideOnDesktopPerUser"=""
"PinToNameSpaceTree"=""
"Attributes"=dword:b094010c
"CallForAttributes"=dword:00100000




...But you need to give administrator permissions via Rclick > Permissions > Administrators > Allow Full Control

in order to use that .reg file.

I'm super new to making .reg files, Is there any way that you can incorporate the permissions into a .reg file?

If not, is there a way I can give the key admin permissions via a newbie-computer-user-friendly way?


Thank you!


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