permissions not propagating properly

Discussion in 'Server Security' started by Pablo, Dec 22, 2009.

  1. Pablo

    Pablo Guest

    I am running Windows 2003 environment. I have have some issues with security
    on files under certain folders not propagating as they should be. I've made
    sure the "inherit permissions is selected on the folders". I routinely have
    to manually "re-APPLY" by checking "Replace permission entries on all child
    objects". Has anyone seen this?
     
    Pablo, Dec 22, 2009
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    Adam Davis Guest

    I am having the same issue. When a domain user places files, or folders within a shared folder on the win2k3 server, the parent folder is not propagating it's permission to the new files. I have to go to the folder, and manually re-propagate file permissions to all child objects from the parent.

    Have you found any solutions?
    TIA



    Pablo wrote:

    permissions not propagating properly
    22-Dec-09

    I am running Windows 2003 environment. I have have some issues with securit
    on files under certain folders not propagating as they should be. I have mad
    sure the "inherit permissions is selected on the folders". I routinely hav
    to manually "re-APPLY" by checking "Replace permission entries on all chil
    objects". Has anyone seen this?

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    permissions not propagating properly
    I am running Windows 2003 environment. I have have some issues with securit
    on files under certain folders not propagating as they should be. I have mad
    sure the "inherit permissions is selected on the folders". I routinely hav
    to manually "re-APPLY" by checking "Replace permission entries on all chil
    objects". Has anyone seen this?


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