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       #60

    MeghansUncle said:
    This is great Shawn, Are the logon id's the defaults? I messed mine up on a few services. Also, I messed up the defaut permissions to some of the system32 folders and files. Is there a way to restore the defaults for those?
    Hello, and welcome to Ten Forums.

    The REG files do indeed include the default settings for the Logon tab in Properties for the services.
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  2. Posts : 3
    Windows 10 Professional
       #61

    That is great news!

    Do you know of a way to reset the permissions in the system32 folder and its files and subfolders?
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  3. Posts : 64,465
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       #62

    MeghansUncle said:
    That is great news!

    Do you know of a way to reset the permissions in the system32 folder and its files and subfolders?
    You could try the context menu added by the tutorial below to restore default permissions to hopefully fix them for you.

    Add Reset Permissions to Context Menu in Windows
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  4. Posts : 3
    Windows 10 Professional
       #63

    Perfect. Thank you so much!!!
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  5. Posts : 64,465
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       #64

    MeghansUncle said:
    Perfect. Thank you so much!!!
    You're most welcome. I hope it helps.
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  6. Posts : 4
    Win10
       #65

    Hi!

    Had to restore Windows Insider Program and a couple of other services to the default state. All of the others worked like a charm, but when I had executed the .reg for windows insider and added it to registry and opening up services again the whole service was gone. Any suggestions?

    Also, got an error when restoring Windows Error reporting saying that it was in use, but it seems like it was updated to the default state in services.msc.

    Best regards,
    Ben
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  7. Posts : 64,465
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       #66

    Ben Reddic said:
    Hi!

    Had to restore Windows Insider Program and a couple of other services to the default state. All of the others worked like a charm, but when I had executed the .reg for windows insider and added it to registry and opening up services again the whole service was gone. Any suggestions?

    Also, got an error when restoring Windows Error reporting saying that it was in use, but it seems like it was updated to the default state in services.msc.

    Best regards,
    Ben
    Hello Ben, and welcome to Ten Forums.

    Just to verify, did you look for wisvc in the registry for the Windows Insider Service?
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  8. Posts : 4
    Win10
       #67

    Thanks for the quick response and welcome :) Indeed I have checked the registry for wisvc and its there, but not in services.msc. I took images before I ran the .regs of all the services within services.msc and the Windows Insider service was present then so very weird happening.
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  9. Posts : 64,465
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       #68

    Ben Reddic said:
    Thanks for the quick response and welcome :) Indeed I have checked the registry for wisvc and its there, but not in services.msc. I took images before I ran the .regs of all the services within services.msc and the Windows Insider service was present then so very weird happening.
    Odd. You could try doing a repair install of Windows 10 to fix it without losing anything.

    Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade
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  10. Posts : 4
    Win10
       #69

    Yes, very odd. I think iíll just leave it as it is since I am not part of the insider program and the service is not running anyway. Hopefully that doesnt cause any issues.
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