Check out who is the owner of the file? i.e. what is the ownership displayed on the file in question?
Change or take ownership
- Use a binary editor, or if you are really careful, vi. Note that whatever you do, leave strings exactly the same length or you will almost definitely crash your operating system. Assuming you are using Windows, good old debug.exe will work fine as a binary editor. The interface is a bit obscure though.
- MENUITEM=WINDOWS, Start Windows (Default) The menu item Start Windows (Default) will appear on the main menu. When selected it will reference down to the WINDOWS section of CONFIG.SYS. SUBMENU=DOS, DOS Startup Options Appears as another item as DOS Startup Options on the main menu, however will bring up an additional menu upon selection. Again it will reference down to the DOS section of CONFIG.SYS.
Unit 2: energy & momentummr.'s learning website -. Only the configurations entered in the two windows 'Config.sys for MS-DOS mode' and 'Autoexec.bat for MS-DOS mode' are available The system re-boots after the DOS application exits.
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To take ownership of a file or folder
Open Windows Explorer, and then locate the file or folder you want to take ownership of.
Right-click the file or folder, click Properties, and then click the Security tab.
Click Advanced, and then click the Owner tab.
Click Edit, and then do one of the following:
To change the owner to a user or group that is not listed, click Other users and groups and, in Enter the object name to select (examples), type the name of the user or group, and then click OK.
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To change the owner to a user or group that is listed, in the Change owner to box, click the new owner.
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(Optional) To change the owner of all subcontainers and objects within the tree, select the Replace owner on subcontainers and objects check box.