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Admin permissions for mydocs redirection folders in SBS 2003

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I have SBS 2003 and want to grant domain admins permissions to all the mydoc redirection folders (not just the ones already there, new ones should have it for new users as well by default). How do I do that?

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Give the account FULL permission on the parent folder (parent folder means the folder up one level). When done, click Advanced and tick the box saying "Replace permission entries on all child objects........"
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also in your group policy that applies the redirection, don't select the option to grant exclusive permission to the owner of the files - this won't affect the current folders, but it will on any newly created folders.
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