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       13 Mar 2017 #300

    Yes that is correct sir!
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       13 Mar 2017 #301

    I'm not sure why it's giving you the error then since it should work with "J" for saying yes to automatcally approve when taking ownership of folders.

    Here's a new version below without "J". This will cause it to prompt for confirmation though.

    **REMOVED**
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    windows 10 home 1067
       13 Mar 2017 #302

    Now I got this:
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       13 Mar 2017 #303
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    windows 10 home 1067
       13 Mar 2017 #304

    I worked now! Thanks a lot sir!
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       13 Mar 2017 #305

    You're most welcome. Thank you for troubleshooting with me until I got it working for you. :)
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  7.    16 Mar 2017 #306

    Brink said: View Post
    In your case, change "y" for yes (English) to "t" for taip (Lithuanian).
    Only now I noticed, that context menu item "Take Ownership" become german "In eigendom nemen".
    How to return to English?
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       16 Mar 2017 #307

    Hello @Vytookas, :)

    That's odd. Here's a version that will have the word "Take Ownership" in English for the context menu, but works in a Lithuanian language Windows.

    Lithuanian-Add_Take_Ownership_with_Pause_to_context_menu.reg
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  9.    08 Apr 2017 #308

    This helped me on both Win 7 and now on Windows 10 thx
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