|Subject:||RE: File and Folders Permission|
|Posted by:||kbits.net (kbitsn…@discussions.microsoft.com)|
|Date:||Wed, 12 Nov 2008|
You mentioned creating a security group in AD then assigning permissions to a
share. I assume this is a share/file permissions question. If so in the
parent directory assure you have disabled inherit and enabled replace. Then
on each child that is not inheriting assure none have inherit disabled.
Hope this helps.
"Andrew C" wrote:
> I have added in a new security group to our AD. But when assisnging
> permissions and tick "Replace all objects with inheritable permissions" it
> applies the permissions to some files/folders but not all.
> I am using an administrator account to apply these permissions. Can someone
> help out as to why this may be happening
File and Folders Permission posted by Andrew C on Thu, 30 Oct 2008