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Hey, i have been using this for a lot of years and since i have noticed that people have need here for unblocker , i share mine which is automated.

It will add unblock <directory> to right click of mouse to any folder and will "unblock" all directories within.

 

There is nothing malicious about it, it has 2 files, one is streams.exe which if u do not trust mine can download from sysinternals (Microsoft), in that case just make it exe autoinstaller

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/streams

-fixed wrong link, sorry i had it in my old documentation, microsoft changed since then

Second file is a simple registry add, again nothing malicious make ur own if u do not trust mine:

	
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shell\UnBlock (file)]
	
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shell\UnBlock (file)\command]
@="C:\\ProgramData\\streams.exe -s -d \"%V\""
	[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell\UnBlock (directory)]
	
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell\UnBlock (directory)\command]
@="C:\\ProgramData\\streams.exe -s -d \"%V\""
	[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Background\shell\UnBlock (directory)]
	
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Background\shell\UnBlock (directory)\command]
@="C:\\ProgramData\\streams.exe -s -d \"%V\""
	

 

If u do use mine, then unpack Unblocker_unpack_me.zip and inside u will find two files, streams.sfx.exe and unblocker.exe , double click each of them and thats it. U will have unblock directory under right click when targeting folder.

NOTE:

When u use "unblock directory" for the first time it will ask for some eula agreement , i have nothing to do with that, that is from sysinternals. Just press accept.

Thats it.

Have fun

 

P.S

Best usage of this is if u use WPI (windows post install wizard)

Unblocker_unpack_me.zip


 

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15 hours ago, The_Keeper86 said:

Does this unblock plugin dlls that need to be unblocked?

Sorry for late reply, i forgot to follow this topic.

And yes, this will unblock dll files , any file if u right click on folder where files are and choose "unblock directory"

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