Why not recognized as an Administrator for file deletion?

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  1. Posts : 51
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       #11

    @ricardobohner, all the folders and the file are read-only to Users. Full control for administrators, of which I am one. (It's the only login for the computer.)

    @Hermitt43, yes, it is always necessary after the system creates the file. It's a memory dump that is made after a BSoD (originally C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP). I also ICACLS /reset the file.
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    Windows 10
       #12

    Have you tried what is described in this link:
    How to run File Explorer as Administrator

    Specifically this command:
    Code:
    C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe /k %windir%\System32\reg.exe ADD HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System /v EnableLUA /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f
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  3. Posts : 51
    Windows 10 x64 up-to-date
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       #13

    Epic


    @ricardobohner, that works! Hence, UAC "Never notify" isn't the same as UAC "off." I'm marking the thread as answered, even though I still don't know how the system knows my .DMP file was a system file: It has to be that there is just a hidden file attribute in the file system that I can't see.

    If anyone knows of software that will show me all the info about a file from a file system point of view, please let me know.
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