Re: What's file's full path and BIOS
> > davidjchuang;656862 Wrote:
> > Shawn, I have one problem on "file's full path". I can do all the steps
> > except Paste. I tried to paste it on the Pictures folder ( just for
> > testing out ), the "paste" was greyed out. Tried it on desktop, same
> > result. The reason I asked for full path info was that I wanted to "
> > take ownership " via cmd and takeown. I can see the full path on the
> > address bar, so i can write it down. But why can't I paste it ? As to
> > the method 2 of "take ownership", I got confused . If I have changed
> > owner to my user account name at step 8, then why do I have to go on to
> > step 9 -21 ? I don't have any formal training in computer science, so
> > bear with me if I am confusing you as well. Thank you.> >
> Q1) The full path can only be pasted into some kind of text document
> or field entry box. You could write it down if you wanted to.
> Q2) In Method 2 Option 2, step 8 just changes the owner of the item.
> Steps 9 to 21 shows you how to change the permission level to allow
> the new owner to modify the item.
Thank you for the clarification.Funny way the programming works. I
would have assumed that when one assumes ownership of an item, the level
of permission should have been elevated accordingly And automatically.It
should be a snap to do so, just like user account elevated to
administrator account. Right ?