I have a shared drive for my staff on my Windows 2003 server. I am having an issue because some staff members set some o the files within the folder and subfolders as read only when they were the "owner" of the files. I am trying to give 3 domain users only access to this folder and all subfolders/files within. I right click, security tab and add the 3 domain users and grant all access but get an error saying some files are read only.
How can I set this entire folder and sub folders/files all to READ files and the ownership to something all 3 domain users can access?
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