Windows 10: How to delete files protected by Trustedinstaller

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  1.    06 Apr 2016 #11

    Because sysprep kicks in without any "change-mind?" prompt, I was able to externally boot [Linux I think] and add DISABLED to the ending of sysprep so that it cannot be activated - until I'm good and ready to active it.
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  2.    07 Apr 2016 #12

    mb300e said: View Post
    I had a similar issue but the files were on a clone drive not on a system drive. I guess I could have done a reformat instead.
    It's a issue related to file permissions. Just change the ownership using Jeff's suggested method and it would work. If you have lots of files want to process, you'd better use the following tips:

    Take Ownership - Add to Context Menu in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
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