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Unable to make registry entry changes Private

11 months ago Ask Expert New York City   256 views

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Location: New York City

I have seen that in my registry search has never been ended?

HKEy-LOCAL-machine/SOFTWARE/MicrosofT/Windows/CurrentVersion/Explorer/Desktop/NameSpace/

DelegateFOLDers/[F5FB2C77-0E2F-4A16-A382-3E560C68BC83]}andHkEY-LOCAL-MACHiNE/SOFTwARE/WOW6432NoDe/

Microsoft/WindowS/CurrentVersIon/ExPlorer/Desktop/NameSpace/DeLegateFoldErs/
[F5FB2C77_00E2F_4A26-A381-3E569C68BC83]}

I tried to change these setting but I was unable to make changes in this. I cannot make a permission change that sticks and reports states that it is not able to import the .reg key

import the key to authorize folders to allow me to make changes in the folder and should not be removed.



Solution

the Registry Editor, right-click the keys that you can’t add  {or the key that is having the value you cannot edit } and after that choose “Permission” from the context menu button.

into Permissions window that appears, click the Advanced” button.

now, you have to take the ownership of the Registry key. open the ‘Advanced Security Settings’ window, next to the listed Owner, click the ‘Change’ link.


 
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