Enable Sets Manually in Windows 10 RS5 builds

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  1. flybynite's Avatar
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    Enable Sets Manually in Windows 10 RS5 builds


    First download and extract folder from here:
    Code:
    https://github.com/riverar/mach2/releases
    Then open a command file as administrator, change directory to the extracted folder, and run
    Code:
    mach2 enable 13849566 -v 1
    mach2 enable 10727725 -v 1
    Next reboot your computer. Sets will be enabled.

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    Last edited by Brink; 07 Jun 2018 at 13:12. Reason: add screenshot
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  2. cereberus's Avatar
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    Way to go - this bloody worked. You are a star. A beer in the Grill is on me!
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  3. CallMeSteven's Avatar
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    Thank you
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  4. EdTittel's Avatar
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    We ought to start a library of these things, so that we know which of the feature codes that Rafael Rivera's mach2 exposes goes with which built-in Windows capabilities. Read more about this amazing effort from Paul Thurrott associate and gifted utility hacker Rafael Rivera: Taking Control of Windows Feature Control with Mach2. Thanks for posting this, very much!
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  5. Posts : 24
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    Went to download this and it is a Trojan virus.
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  6. Edwin's Avatar
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    Sedril said:
    Went to download this and it is a Trojan virus.
    Probably an extreme false positive. It is​, after all, a utility capable of manipulating system files!
    Last edited by Edwin; 18 Apr 2018 at 09:44.
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  7. flybynite's Avatar
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    Sedril said:
    Went to download this and it is a Trojan virus.
    This is a false positive. I uploaded to VirusTotal website, and sure, several antivirus engines display as positive due to what it does, but the vast majority indicate it is safe.

    https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/0b...766e/detection
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  8. martyfelker's Avatar
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    flybynite said:
    First download and extract folder from here:
    Code:
    https://github.com/riverar/mach2/releases
    Then open a command file as administrator, change directory to the extracted folder, and run
    Code:
    mach2 enable 13849566 -v 1
    mach2 enable 10727725 -v 1
    Next reboot your computer. Sets will be enabled.
    FWIW. At least iobit malware allowed me to run the program - Windows Defender deleted it immediately. I told the AV to put the program on the whitelist. aIt It worked fine.

    Gen:Variant.Razy.226905, file, C:\temp\mach2.exe, 0
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  9. Posts : 1
    Windows 10 Professional Insider preview
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    flybynite said:
    First download and extract folder from here:
    Code:
    https://github.com/riverar/mach2/releases
    Then open a command file as administrator, change directory to the extracted folder, and run
    Code:
    mach2 enable 13849566 -v 1
    mach2 enable 10727725 -v 1
    Next reboot your computer. Sets will be enabled.
    Thank you so much. It helped.
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  10. CallMeSteven's Avatar
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    martyfelker said:
    FWIW. At least iobit malware allowed me to run the program - Windows Defender deleted it immediately. I told the AV to put the program on the whitelist. aIt It worked fine.



    Gen:Variant.Razy.226905, file, C:\temp\mach2.exe, 0
    Defender didn't complain at all on my PC! I did a scan first with Defender said all was okay.
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