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Google found this blog for me which seems to indicate that either you need to add a Default answer (/D [Y|N]) to the question: "you do not have permission to take ownership, do you want to?” /D prompt Suppresses the confirmation prompt that is displayed when the current user does not have ...


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I ended up in this situation after trying to clone an ntfs partition onto an SSD. I didn't use the same starting sector (which is a no-no, as described e.g. here), as I wanted to ensure that everything was aligned to the 4K sector boundaries (whether this worked or not is another story). I initially shrunk the original disk to a smaller size than the target ...


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You can do this by checking some parameters in the following files: /sys/block//queue/discard_granularity /sys/block//queue/discard_max_bytes if either have a 0 it's probably not supported by your hardware + software configuration. Here's a full tutorial on doing this at: http://www.1337admin.org/uncategorized/compacting-virtual-disks-on-generation-2-linux-...


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This is possible with a combination of a script, a scheduled task, and NTFS permissions. Assuming you have no sub folders and just files in a single folder, this is how to achieve it: Groups Set up a Users Group Set up an Admins Group (use the built in ones if you like) NTFS Permissions on the destination folder (I:) Read, List Folder contents, ...


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Try to do this solution: - Set "Change" share permissions on the folder. - Then set up NTFS permissions (Folder Properties -> Security -> Advanced): - Disable inheritance -> Convert inherited permissions into explicit permissions on this object - For appropriate user group ("Users" in my case) set "Read & execute" permissions that applies to "...


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You should be able to do this with normal NTFS permissions. I found this article. It is about 10 years old but it shows this example pretty clearly: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/2006.01.howitworksntfs.aspx Grant the Read & Execute and Write permissions for This folder only (selected in the Apply onto list) to the users you want to ...


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As I see it, there's a problem that if the script is running as the user, they need to have permission to write to the I drive. You could, perhaps, have a scheduled task, running with write permissions on the I drive, that pulls the files. Perhaps they could create a file called "readytocopy.txt" or something like that. When the scheduled task finds ...


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"ntoskrnl.exe is corrupted or missing...its file digital signature cannot be verified" You might need to check the catalog files in c:\Windows\System32\catroot\ . Also, the manifest files (*.man) in WinSxS subforlders might be corrupted. You can try using the SFC utility sfc /SCANNOW /OFFBOOTDIR=d:\ /OFFWINDIR=d:\Windows or sfc /SCANFILE=d:\Windows\...



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