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Windows 7: manifest files

21 Jan 2009   #1
thomas82

windows 7
 
 
manifest files

I have trouble with a previous installed application for some "manifest"-files were not remouved. with my administratoraccount i dont have acess to these files and so i cant remouve or alter them. is there a way to give myself acess or erase them without working them trought one by one?

thanks a lot


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21 Jan 2009   #2
Airbot

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Hi thomas82 and welcome,

You can try to take ownership and see if that helps.

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22 Jan 2009   #3
thomas82

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thank u ill figure i out
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