quote DynamiteTBH I did try creating a folder with two files and putting permissions for 'Everyone' and 'System' set to deny full control, to recurse into child directories, leaving the only way to get a permission back through taking ownership. The method you put for the CLI worked in that case.My CLI commands attempted to take ownership of the folder and all of its contents, then assign full permissions to the SYSTEM user who would in theory then have permissions to delete them. If they didn't work it's difficult to imagine any other method, such as GUI, working.
If the volume was mounted in Linux with necessary permissions the root user could do whatever operation they wanted on them. A simple rm /mnt/drive/Windows -rf would take care of it.
I'm not really a Windows user and it's for reasons like this.
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