Windows 10: Take ownership of Windows\SystemResources, then revert to Trusted In?

Discus and support Take ownership of Windows\SystemResources, then revert to Trusted In? in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; The plan: I'd like to take ownership of C:\Windows\SystemResources just long enough to substitute an edited imageres.dll.mun file for the original, and... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by Wisewiz, Aug 1, 2021.

  1. Wisewiz Win User

    Take ownership of Windows\SystemResources, then revert to Trusted In?


    The plan: I'd like to take ownership of C:\Windows\SystemResources just long enough to substitute an edited imageres.dll.mun file for the original, and then go back and revert ownership of the folder to NT Service\TrustedInstaller. That's what I'd like to do, not what I'm going to do. I'm seeking your advice before I lift a single pinky. The plan: How dangerous is that? The plan: Might it work? The plan: Will the machine boot afterwards? Dan (Pro 21H1)

    :)
     
    Wisewiz, Aug 1, 2021
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  2. Trusted Installer

    Hi Diane ,

    Thank you for posting your query on Microsoft Community. We are sorry for the inconvenience caused.

    I see that you are facing issues when you are trying to delete files.

    Trusted installer's main function is to enable installation, removal and modification of Windows Updates and optional system components.

    For this issue, I suggest that you try to change the ownership of the file that you are not able to delete and check if the issue persist.

    Please login to administrator account before performing the below steps.

    Follow the steps mentioned below to change the ownership of the file or folder:

    • Press and hold the folder that you want to take ownership of, then tap
      Properties
      . (If you are using a mouse, right-click the folder, and then click
      Properties.)
    • Tap or click the Security tab, tap or click Advanced, then tap or click
      Change. If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
    • Type the name of the person that you want to give ownership to, and then click
      Check Names.
    • Note: the account name for the person that you are assigning ownership to is displayed.
    • Click OK.
    • If you want this person to be the owner of the files and subfolders that are contained in this folder, select the
      Replace owner on subcontainers and objects check box.
    • Click OK.
    After trying all the above steps I would suggest you to try deleting the specific file which you weren’t able to delete.

    Reply us if you have further queries we will be glad to assist you.
     
    Anup Karkal, Aug 1, 2021
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  3. Knoxx29 Win User
    Vpn ( trusted Vpn)

    Hi everyone.
    I am not an expert about Vpn and that's why I would like to know if someone could list me a few trusted Vpns, I would really appreciate any suggestion/ advice.

    Thanks.
     
    Knoxx29, Aug 1, 2021
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  4. Take ownership of Windows\SystemResources, then revert to Trusted In?

    Windows Modules Installer - Trusted Installer Ownership List

    Can anyone tell me what folders "TrustedInstaller" should have ownership of by default in Windows 10 Home Edition?

    To be more clear, is there a list of ownership folders for the TrustedInstallers account?
     
    Shaun Johnson Worldwide, Aug 1, 2021
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