\\domainname.com\SYSVOL\ is not browseable

Discussion in 'DNS Server' started by David Lewis, Dec 21, 2004.

  1. David Lewis

    David Lewis Guest

    Administrators > Full Control
    Authenticated Users > Read & Execute
    Creator Owner > none (allow & deny not checked)
    Server Operators > Read & Execute
    System > Full Control

    Domain users not listed. I will add it right now

    On the SYSVOL share the share permissions are
    Administrators > Full Control
    Authenticated Users > Full Control
    Everyone > Read

    I went to add domain users to the security settings and I get an alert
    You are about to change the permission settings on system folders, which can result in unexpected access problems and
    reduce security. Do you want to continue?

    Not going to do that right now. What should I do?

    "Kevin D. Goodknecht Sr. [MVP]" <>
    |>In |>David Lewis <> commented
    |>Then Kevin replied below:
    |>> Ok still not working but am getting a new error
    |>> Windows cannot access the file gpt.ini for GPO
    |>> The file must be present at the
    |>> location
    |>> (Access is denied. ).
    |>> Group Policy processing aborted.
    |>> Access is denied?
    |>> I can do a dir of \\wwarch.com\SysVol\
    |>During your problems you had did you change permissions on the directory?
    |>Administrators and System-Full Access; Authenticated Users and Domain\Users-
    |>Read & Execute.
    David Lewis, Feb 1, 2005
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    Authenticated Users Group Has Too Many Permissions to the SYSVOL Network

    SYSVOL junction inherits NTFS permissions from the drive root

    Best regards,
    Kevin D4 Dad Goodknecht Sr. [MVP]
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