It works fine when I take ownership in Windows Explorer, but in Dopus, the item "Take Ownership" has been automatically added only to context menus for drives, not for files or folders. And I have forgotten how to add items to these context menus.
I should remember. But a 120 feet tumble down a ravine slope and into its creek two weeks ago has muddled me a little. Now, honestly, and miraculously, I am unscathed, but, as I said, a little muddled.
The author of this code has put "Take Ownership" in Win Expl context menu, and when I have highlighted a folder or file, and click this option, I have ownership of the folder/file, and can, for instance, delete it even if I could not do it before. I do not know what the option "Take Ownership" does (probably calling one of the two registry items), and while i have asked the author, I am not sure what he will say. So, let me ask, what would I put in DOPUS' context menu for Files & Folders to run this stuff? If you know at all.