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01/23/2019 151 views

No matter what I try, either script or file synch, I can't get a file to copy over into the C:\windows\system32 folder. Status shows it goes successfully, but the file is no where to be seen. For example: 

@echo off


xcopy OEMDefaultAssociations.xml C:\

move OEMDefaultAssociations.xml C:\windows\system32

del C:\OEMDefaultAssociations.xml

exit

That's the above batch command I'm running in Script - if i change the folder to anything other than system32, like C:\temp, for example, it works. Whats the deal? I've tried with all credentials as well, local admin, domain admin etc.

Anyone have any suggestions/ideas, thanks.

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"system" owns the existing file in system32 and you need to take control of that file first.


takeown /f c:\windows\system32\OEMDefaultAssociations.xml /a
icacls c:\windows\system32\OEMDefaultAssociations.xml /grant everyone:F /c
rename c:\windows\system32\OEMDefaultAssociations.xml OEMDefaultAssociationsold.xml

xcopy your file.


Also FYI you are using a move command so no need to delete the move actually does a "copy and delete" function

Answered 01/23/2019 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • or run a script to take control and then file sync should work