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Windows 7: Take Ownership Shortcut


13 Jan 2009   #19
Brink
Microsoft MVP

64-bit Windows 8.1 Enterprise
 
 
Take Ownership Shortcut

Add "Take Ownership" to Context Menu of Files, Folders, and Drives in Windows

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31 Aug 2009   #20
KnowledgeWorker

Windows 7 Professional (final) x64
 
 

Wow, Mr. Grim + Brink, thanks sooo much!!!

I pulled my hair out and tried everything to get access because of those weird problems with one folder, now this helped me immediatly! I'm so grateful!

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07 Sep 2009   #21
zubo

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

thanks a lot!!
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12 Sep 2009   #22
andywarren

Dual Boot Vista & 7
 
 
Help

I have a dual boot system with Vista and 7.
The C drive is the vista drive and some storage
7 is installed on Q

Working in 7 one day, for some reason I decided it would be a good idea to 'take control' of the C (Vista) drive so that I could access some files.

Next time I booted to vista though, I now have huge problems with accessing the C drive. I cant install soem apps; I cant change the security or ownership settings because I dont have access to C and I am starting to get very frustrated.

I have tried the take control download and the command line alternative, but both tell me that I don not have access to the C drive

Can anyone please help.
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12 Sep 2009   #23
Brink
Microsoft MVP

64-bit Windows 8.1 Enterprise
 
 

Hello Andy, and welcome to Seven Forums.

You will need to restore the owner to TrustedInstaller for the Vista partition. You may need to do this from within Windows 7 since you changed the owner in Windows 7 though.

Hope this helps,
Shawn
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14 Sep 2009   #24
andywarren

Dual Boot Vista & 7
 
 
Thanks

Shawn
Thanks for the suggestion- not tried it out yet - I seem to be busy with work!
May have time tommorrow

Andy
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14 Sep 2009   #25
Brink
Microsoft MVP

64-bit Windows 8.1 Enterprise
 
 

Ok Andy. Please keep us informed of how it went for you.
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17 Sep 2009   #26
igorotak

windows 7
 
 

very nice, thanks a lot!
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06 Oct 2009   #27
Seth81

Win7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Registered just to thank you for this great hack, really needed this to delete an old Windows 7 installation since I've tried everything and no luck.
Thanks again!
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24 Oct 2009   #28
Snufffed

 
THIS will removed Windows.old easy way.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Seth81 View Post
Registered just to thank you for this great hack, really needed this to delete an old Windows 7 installation since I've tried everything and no luck.
Thanks again!
easy way to remove windows.old

Windows.old Folder - Delete

1. my computer
2. right click c:
3. scrowl down to properties
4. disc cleanup
5. clean up system files
6. more options
7. down to system restore and shadow copies.
THIS will removed Windows.old and all othe other unneeded files.
(The Microsoft way.)
8. click cleanup - and away we go....
ENJOY
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26 Oct 2009   #29
Badwolve1

Windows 7 Ultimate RC 7100
 
 

Thanks Shawn
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