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After I restored the user directories via backupexec the files and folders act like they are ready only.

Posted on 2006-11-13
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If you go to the actual folder and look at security settings the correct permissions are there but when users try to access the files they are told it is read only.
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inbarasan earned 500 total points
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Dear cheesebugah,
Check the Share permissions. It may be having read permission for the users

Cheers!
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by:Rob Williams
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There are some patches relating to this for different versions, such as:
http://seer.support.veritas.com/docs/272771.htm
But you may have to manually change the file attributes at a command using similar to:
attrib  -R  F:\Data  /S /D

Also, are they truly read only or just the check box under the file/folder's properties. This is un-related, a MS quirk  :-)
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by:cheesebugah
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Yes, it was the share permissions on the folder?  How the hell does that happen?

Cheese
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