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I am in regedit as administrator and cannot take ownership of a key node so that i can remove Microsoft spying on every thing I do and that includes in depth Try to perform all the steps mentioned here. Did you add yourself as owner? but it didn't work. http://www.groovypost.com/howto/take-full-permissions-control-edit-protected-registry-keys/

Regedit Permissions Access Denied

that was helpful. I wanted to remove the registry entries for it in Enum/USB. Click Apply and OK.3. schwi Ty for that!!!!!

I was editing the registry and came up against the "not allowed" dialog. I tried this thing using WU.reg and Notepad. Please just make the Administrator account a hidden "God mode" account that can do anything, and make the lives of us techies much easier in the process! /RANT Now, where Can't Edit Registry Windows 7 Recently when we received an email from one of our reader asking how to assign a user full permission on a registry key in Windows, we decided to create a dedicated

Nope I don't trust Microsoft and its dirty tactics and was they to spend half as much time fixing windows as they do at auditing our every move for the NSA Unable To Save Permission Changes On Regedit You are making Windows more and more vulnerable to attacks! Probably is Microsoft locked it up, there's a reason! This finally allowed me to remove the registry keys.

try running regedit as administrator (right click and hit run as administrator) Reply joe April 12, 2015 at 4:16 pm # however, the file lost ownership can't be reset , as Windows 10 Registry Permissions It seems somewhat bizarre that a Microsoft product, MSSQL, cannot install correctly because it can not access the key! I just log onto my computer with my user (Van) password-nothing special. How to solve this problem in Windows 10?

Unable To Save Permission Changes On Regedit

Windows Key, regedit, shift-right click it and click run as administrator. ? When I manually checked the keys involved (running regedit as Admin) I could not get access using the method described above, or any other. Regedit Permissions Access Denied I recreated a user account of that name, logged in as that owner (who had been an admin) and was then finally allowed to change the key permissions. Cannot Edit Registry Windows 10 It seems somewhat bizarre that a Microsoft product, MSSQL, cannot install correctly because it can not access the key!

Ludwig1120 Monday, January 26, 2015 2:57 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote These commands were a big help fixing some registry issues on a machine. After reading about their APP I did download their PSTools, and used PSEXEC to allow me to delete the entry in Windows Registry in all 6 places..... By the way after changing the ownership from TrustedInstaller to you, did you change the permissions? This issue alone has consumed a man-day of my time, and is not solved. Registry Editor Could Not Set Owner On The Key Currently Selected

Saturday, November 28, 2015 8:48 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have the exact same problem and tried everything here but none of them worked. I was a little skeptical, because I don't really like to install apps that I have never heard of... Finally succeeded by opening cmd "as administrator" and running psexec -i -s c:\windows\regedit.exe (note no -d option) Robbie's solution was the only one that worked for me.Cheers, robbie! Reply Ramesh March 20, 2013 at 4:17 am # Thanks for u r tips..Its very helpful…..

Got "access denied" or "Error while deleting key"? Regedit Cannot Edit Attributes Error Writing The Value's New Contents and i have change my language to en-IN as default and removed the prev hi-IN BDM The instructions are clear and consistent with my experience but I have not yet had Followed your instructions to get full control of screensaver but the boxes for checkmarks are still ghosted after following all I have done.....

Once it's done, go back to the previous tutorial and then you will able to edit protected Registy file.

It's no longer saying "access denied", but "Cannot delete xxxxxx. Thanks Dev Its not working on win 8.1 VG. Now go to the desired registry key, right-click on it and select "Permissions..." option. 3. Unable To Save Permission Changes Windows 10 Friday, September 14, 2012 11:30 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Try psexec -1 -d -s C:\windows\system32\regedt32.exe.

Need help? When I click "OK" at the end of step 3, I don't get the dialog box shown in your step 4. Mysterious creeper-like explosions How to replace inner text with yanked text The nth numerator Figuring out why I'm going over hard-drive quota Do students wear muggle clothing while not in classes 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.

ACCESS DENIED for everything I try to do. Now it a solid background color that you can choose the color if you like. Many thanks, as your post helped me. -nirzec Reply VB007 October 8, 2015 at 11:08 am # when i edit it and press ok…it says cannot edit…access denied Reply Mohamed Rashed However, even after changing the owner (including replacing owner on subcontainers and objects) and setting permissions, the error message is Cannot edit Start: Error writing the value's new contents.

I tried the "permissions" thing mentioned above, but was denied. Reply Jorje Inglasies February 2, 2011 at 5:20 pm # Very true, this leaves protected registry files open to attack. I would recommend to undo this once your done editting your registry so that you're not prone to security issues later on… Reply Rey March 3, 2015 at 4:03 am # VG, Is it ok ill repair it to the Service Center?

JOIN THE DISCUSSION (6 REPLIES) July 13, 2016 Keith R. Reply Harry June 10, 2014 at 2:34 pm # That "thanks for visiting my site" ad for subscription is most annoying. 🙂 At the end of the day no one solved However when trying to delete that entry, I get the message : error when deleting that key. Now you will find the owner name at the top of the Window.