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1.Open a elevated command prompt.
2. In the elevated command prompt, type the command below and press Enter.
NOTE: Substitute full path of file with the full path of the file that you want to take ownership of within quotes.
takeown /f "full path of file"
takeown /f "C:\Windows\Servicing"
3. A message will be displayed that this completed successfully. This will give you ownership of the file.
4. In the same elevated command prompt, type the command below and press Enter.
NOTE: Substitute full path of file with the full path of the file from step 2 within quotes, and (user name) with your user name.
icacls "C:\Windows\Servicing" /grant (user name):F
icacls "C:\Windows\Servicing" /grant Brink:F
5. A message will be displayed that this completed successfully.
NOTE: You should be able to delete or modify the file now. If you still can't, you may need to reboot into Safe Mode and try this again. It may vary according to the file. Some are more stubborn.
psexec -s -i -d regedit
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