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Re: All Permissions removed from folders
From: gmx <pal_adam () gmx net>
Date: Thu, 6 Jul 2006 20:13:47 +0200

Hello Maury,

What about another questions:
(*) why has the cliend access and privilege to change folder
permisions if he/she seems to be not skilled for such tasks
(**) what about backups, using SBS leads to the assumption of a SO
environment, so even at small office backups should be practiced at
least weekly.

sorry if i dont aswer directly you question, i`m not sure if such
tools exists, but i think by finding aswers to the questions above you
will be able to fix the problem, not the symptoms.


regards

Adam


Wednesday, July 5, 2006, 6:09:20 PM, you wrote:

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MAS> One of my customers has managed to remove all permissions and groups from
MAS> several folders on his Windows 2000 small Business Server. Is there any way
MAS> I can restore the Administrator priviliges to these folders? Are there any
MAS> tools that might be of help?

MAS> Thanks for any suggestions.

MAS> Maury


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