Checkdisk - found.000

Posted on 2005-04-23
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Last Modified: 2008-03-17

Due to a UPS failure, my file server shut down yesterday, and as result to disks from data partition was offline. After marking them online again I recovered my partition.
After rebooting the server checkdisk launched itself, found errors and moved hundred gigs from my data folder to a folder found.000
All data are on this folder but all NTFS security information has gone.
Is there a way to revert what checkdisk did?

Question by:hbbw063
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Lee W, MVP earned 1000 total points
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No way I've ever heard of.  Basically you want to undo the repairs right? chkdsk didn't just do that for the fun of it - there were errors - it did what it could to fix them.  Some of those errors might have been with the ACLs.

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