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Dec
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comment Take ownership of everything
Is it actually possible to take ownership of the entire USB flashdrive (all folders, subfolders and files) by right-clicking the Take Ownership context menu of the specific drive? Does that work on your system?
Dec
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comment Take ownership of everything
Thanks RR, I have already tried that on a USB flashdrive. In Win 8.1 (apparently) this not working :( and when I click on the Take Ownership context menu for that drive letter, I get an error that lasts only a fraction of a second so I cannot read what it is... GRRRRRRRRRR
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Dec
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comment Take ownership of everything
Thanks for your suggestion. But during my every day computer life, should I need to edit anything on, say a USB flash drive, do I need to do that procedure to get logged in as SYSTEM? Is there anything a bit more practical? Unless I understood what you meant.
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asked Take ownership of everything
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accepted Extract multiple files from USB HDD
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Oct
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comment Firefox steals focus from RocketDock
@ Ramhound: Please read my (edited) question.
Oct
10
comment Firefox steals focus from RocketDock
@ CodeNighter: Thanks for your tips. Please read my (edited) question.
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asked Firefox steals focus from RocketDock
Oct
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comment Protecting a Windows file to prevent its distribution
Hahaha, thanks... I'll keep fiddling with the (launcher) script mentioned in one of my previous comments and see what I manage to do in order to minimize the risk (since avoiding it seems to be mission impossible)... Should you stumble upon a good idea, please give me a buzz ;) Thanks again.
Oct
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comment Protecting a Windows file to prevent its distribution
...I concluded that using DRM apps is not the way to go and that's why I have chosen the path described in my 1st post :) In other words I am prepared to reach a compromise with ref. to the security aspects (as I wrote in my original post "I do not expect to find a bulletproof solution") but the file must remain easily readable/executable by the recipient.