What is the best way to reset NTFS Permissions on a directory tree?
I am having trouble with a directory which should be accessed by a group of users.
On some of the subdirectories only the owner who copied the documents or made the new directories have access permission. On other directories the administrator cannot even see the permissions on the directories. When I try to apply changes to all the subdirectories from the parent I get "access denied" messages.
Could someone walk me through the steps to give "Group A" read permissions, the owner change permissions and the administrator permission to view and change security setting and browse folder?
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