you need
  • operating system line Windows, Registry Editor, Regedit.
Guide
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When using the graphical interface, you can configure access to the registry files that will be available to any user.For access to the file or folder with files registry, right-click on an object in the context menu select "Properties" and go to the tab "Security".Click the "Advanced" tab and go to the "Owner".
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In the window "Advanced Security Settings", click "Edit."On the "Owner" move the pointer to the "Administrator" or click a different account, and then click "OK".If necessary, activate the option "Replace owner on subcontainers and objects."
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For specific registry entries need to right-click on the registry subkey (located in the left column of the R
egistry Editor) and select "Permissions" and click "Advanced".Repeat all the steps that have been described above, since moving to the tab "Owner".
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continue setting access to the registry , go to the "Security" tab, click "Edit".You will see a new window "Security".Click "Add" button under the list of operating system users.In the bottom text box, type the name of the account, and then click "OK".Now you can put right for the account that allows you to view and modify registry keys (put down a tick in the column "Allow").
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You can also add an item "Change of ownership" in the main menu of the operating system, for this you need to create a registry tweak.Create a text document or open a text editor.In the body of the document, copy the following lines:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT / * / shell / runas]
@ = "Change of ownership"
"NoWorkingDirectory" = "[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT / * / shell / runas / command]
@ ="cmd.exe / c takeown / f /"% 1 / "& amp; & amp;icacls / "% 1 /" / grant administrators: F "
" IsolatedCommand "=" cmd.exe / c takeown / f / "% 1 /" & amp; & amp;icacls / "% 1 /" / grant administrators: F "[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT / Directory / shell / runas]
@ =" Change of ownership "
" NoWorkingDirectory "=" [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT / Directory / shell / runas / command]
@ = "cmd.exe / c takeown / f / "% 1 /" / r / dy & amp; & amp; icacls / "% 1 /" / grant administrators: F / t "
" IsolatedCommand "=" cmd.exe / c takeown /f / "% 1 /" / r / dy & amp; & amp; icacls / "% 1 /" / grant administrators: F / t "
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Press top editor menu" File ", then click"Save as" in the entry field, type the file name tweek.reg and click "Save".Then, run the file, click "OK" and restart your computer.