Windows 10: Permission/Ownership Issues WindowsApps Folders...
Permission/Ownership Issues WindowsApps Folders...
running out of ideas, just can't seem to gain full control of folders or files in the windowsapps folder, i can delete files and folders but i can't rename files or folders or edit file content...
for example when i try to edit a file name i get:
"you require permission from batman/batman to make changes to this file."
if i right click the file and go to properties > security > advanced it shows:
owner: batman (batman\batman)
under permissions it shows:
batman (batman\batman) - full control
what am i doing wrong?
also, fwiw, there is only one user account on the machine, batman, and it's an admin account.
Be nice to all, please?!
Solved "You don't currently have permission to access this folder" Windows 10 - YouTube
Owner of Files and Folders - Change in Windows 10
Or you can try this command, alter it as necessary, the path/username:
takeown /f "%ProgramFiles%\WindowsApps" /a /r /d y
icacls "%ProgramFiles%\WindowsApps" /inheritance:r /grant:r Administrators:(OI)(CI)F /t /c
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