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Old June 25th, 2017, 04:58 PM
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So you tried:

Right clicking the folder, then to Properties then to Security Tab
Clicked the Advance button The "Advanced Security Settings" window appears.
Changed the Owner of the key.

Click the Change Link next to Owner label
The Select User or Group window appears
Select the user account via the Advanced button or just type your user account in the area which says "Enter the object name to select' click OK

Now once that is done right click the file/folder again, click Properties then click the Security Tab

Click the "Add Button, the "Permission Entry" window appears

Select a principal and select your account
Set permissions to "Full control"
Click OK

Now try and delete it?????????????????
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