Updating registry entry
When that’s done, click OK to close the “Select User or Group” window and then click OK again to close the “Advanced Security Settings” window.
Back at the regular Permissions window, select the Users group and then choose the “Allow” check box next to the “Full Control” permission.
We talk about a lot of cool things here at How-To Geek that you can do by editing the Windows Registry.
Occasionally, though, you will run into a Registry key or value that you don’t have permission to edit.
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So there’s a reason some of these Registry keys are protected.
In the Permissions window that appears, click the “Advanced” button.
Next, you’re going to take ownership of the Registry key.
If you prefer, you can just give your user account full permissions rather than the Users group.
To do that, click the Add button, walk through the steps to add your user account to the list, and then give that account the Full Control permission.