Recycle bin is corrupted in Server2008 deleted user rights on shared folders

Recycle bin is corrupted in Wimdows storage Server2008, this also deleted user rights on shared folders.
PRajan29Asked:
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PRajan29Connect With a Mentor Author Commented:
It got resolved after rebooting the server and attached storage too...
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WayneATaylorConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Hi

I'd say the first thing to do is to backup any important data as it could be the drive is failing.

I'd then try a disk check, using the tools option within the drive properties.  Make sure you tick the box that does a full disk check as that will go through the complete drive sector by sector and look for problems and fix them if it can.  This will also fix the directory structure so hopefully will fix your problems.

Wayne




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WayneATaylorConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Also, If this is the system disk or the drive cannot be locked then it will need to reboot to perform the check.

Wayne


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Lionel MMSmall Business IT ConsultantCommented:
I suggest you create a batch file to create shares so that if something like this happens you can quickly and easily re-create the folders and folder shares, otherwise what you may have to do is re-create the shares and the permissions manually with Windows Explorer. A corrupt Recycle bin will not cause an issue like this--it has to something else may be drive. You can run chkdsk without rebooting the server by just running chkdsk c: from a command prompt--if it finds anything that it needs to fix it will tell you then you will have to run chkdsk c: /f/r, which will require you reboot the server and depending on the size of your drive can take a very, very long time.
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PRajan29Author Commented:
Is seem to be problem stuck processes on the server and storage
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