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Dear experts,


is there any possibility to change the "owner" for all folders/subfolders and files from text file using script with combination of takeown.exe with logging please?
The script reads a text file and it changes the owerships for all folders - subfolders and files for each specific folders.



Thanks in advance,

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Hi, You can try next in POwerShell while you are in C:\Windows\system32 folder

Get-Content c:\files.txt | ForEach-Object { .\takeown.exe /f "$_" /A /R } | Tee-Object -FilePath c:\files_log.txt
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Thanks a lot it worked great :)
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