Sanah says: 5 years ago I tried the way given but it did not seem to work. My name is Aseem Kishore and I work as a Systems Analyst in Dallas, TX. As long as you move them to another logical drive, when you move them back, they will inherit the permissions of the folder you moved them into (in the case of Can I clean my Macbook Pro keyboard with vodka? More about the author
But I think I had a properties dialog window open for the folder, and minimized, so I didn't notice it. advice Hussain says: 3 years ago After making the admin the owner, now there is another error: Need permission from the admin… Seriously, I am starting to get annoyed by Microsoft. Any help? Thanks!! http://www.sevenforums.com/customization/43456-windows-media-player-permissions-help.html
You have to do all of that just to be able to rename, delete, or edit these files and folders. Now, I can clear the useless crap off my install drive and add some decent programs! I could throw Windows in the bin, if it wasn't for the fact that Linux is a thousand times worse.
Some of those options may seem innocuous enough, but they can share a surprising amount of personally identifiable information with Microsoft and its "partners." Here's a quick overview of WMP's privacy It kept saying "You need permission from Administrators". share|improve this answer answered Jul 29 '13 at 5:38 TSJNachos117 22619 Yeah, fixed it that way. Rather, use this: sevenforums.com/tutorials/1911-take-ownership-shortcut.html It does the whole job for you in one click.
That was extremely helpful and much appreciated. George Gething says: 6 years ago I am trying to remove Internet Explorer. Proceed as yesterday. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/dd563995(v=vs.85).aspx or something like: You need authorization from TrustedInstaller in order to perform this action.
actually Forrest's son? Yesterday, I replaced the default WMP with the Zune media player, and installed SP1 for W7 and several important updates (for some reason my system could not perform updates for a A folder developed this problem - but none of these solutions are working. Xircal says: 3 years ago Please publish a tutorial on how to change Trusted Installer permissions in Windows 8.1 ajoy das says: 3 years ago tried the steps u suggested but
There are two things that set this apart: 1. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-files/how-do-i-get-administrative-permission-from/1a719aa0-c906-41ed-a80d-f3cd08889c6b collinsjr says: 7 years ago Thanks that was very helpful and worked exactly as above!! Second, this approach could be shanghaied to bring malware into your PC. Still, there was no change.
I changed it to the Administrator, and it tells me the same message, but it says Administrator instead of trustedinstaller. my review here Barry says: 5 years ago Good explanatin, worked well, thanks. It took me forever to figure out but now I got it! donshazly says: 7 years ago Why does Microsoft have to always add new annoying crap to each version of Windows!
Any ideas? Box 4260 Houston, Texas 77210–4260 © Copyright 2017 Hearst Newspapers, LLC Developer resources Microsoft developer Windows Windows Dev Center Windows apps Desktop Internet of Things Games Holographic Microsoft Edge Hardware Azure First, go to the folder or set of files that you need to change permissions for, right-click on them and choose Properties. http://cdhca.org/windows-media/difference-between-windows-media-player-11-and-windows-media-format-11-runtime.php After that, it should apply permissions to all subfolders and it should work.
Go ahead and click OK. Pengo says: 5 years ago Sorry to put a damper on all this, but I have done everything suggested in this forum and many others I found on Google, and not Not the answer you're looking for?
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smokes says: 6 years ago Thanks, dude. :D You saved my life. If so, just use Restorator to assign the new image and save it. My System Specs OS windows 7 andrewa1 View Public Profile Find More Posts by andrewa1 01 Dec 2009 #9 rsvr85 Windows 7 Ultimate x64 1,087 posts C:\Users\Home http://cdhca.org/windows-media/add-to-windows-media-player-list.php andrewa1 View Public Profile Find More Posts by andrewa1 01 Dec 2009 #4 rsvr85 Windows 7 Ultimate x64 1,087 posts C:\Users\Home Stop trying to save a new version
it produced a separate operating system, Windows XP Media Center Edition. Tell Microsoft that I became the "trusted user" when I paid 9 bills for a new computer w/their OS. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Don't do it.
Rokxstar says: 6 years ago Hey @daniel , Dude, your advice worked !!