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Any solidified orwrite-protected file is prevented against modification unless the system is in update mode or the process/User is an Updater.
Yes, the batch file approach could be used here or the user can be configured as trusted (Updater).
Logically and techinically, write (to a solidified or protected file) should not be allowed even if tried several times. I checked but could not get it to write. Will try more.
Can you kindly open a request with the technical support team so that this issue can be analyzed by the support. Kindly attach the gatherinfo logs along with the service request so that support can start working on it.