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hi all,

i have an interesting problem, may be here someone can help me :)

need to Restore TrustedInstaller as Owner of a File using command line (folders in c:\Windows\winsxs)

there're a toons of sites how to do it manually in windows (like here), but can't find how to do it in cmd (cause this should be in a script)

 

commands like

takeown /s localhost /u "NT Service/TrustedInstaller" /f "%windir%\winsxs\Catalogs"

asks for trustedinstaller password, which generates randomly

 

 

thanks in advance

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hi all,

i have an interesting problem, may be here someone can help me :)

need to Restore TrustedInstaller as Owner of a File using command line (folders in c:\Windows\winsxs)

there're a toons of sites how to do it manually in windows (like here), but can't find how to do it in cmd (cause this should be in a script)

 

commands like

takeown /s localhost /u "NT Service/TrustedInstaller" /f "%windir%\winsxs\Catalogs"

asks for trustedinstaller password, which generates randomly

 

 

thanks in advance

 

 

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hi all,

i have an interesting problem, may be here someone can help me smile.gif

need to Restore TrustedInstaller as Owner of a File using command line (folders in c:\Windows\winsxs)

there're a toons of sites how to do it manually in windows (like here), but can't find how to do it in cmd (cause this should be in a script)

 

commands like

takeown /s localhost /u "NT Service/TrustedInstaller" /f "%windir%\winsxs\Catalogs"

asks for trustedinstaller password, which generates randomly

 

 

thanks in advance

How to get the password? Or is there any way to change/disable it?

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