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Windows Server 2012R2 Missing Volume

Posted on 2014-04-17
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Here the drive is not availableBut in Server Manager it shows but not accessible
If I go to the properties of the drive it can't display anything due to security

changing ownershiplet it run
But I still get the following
Access Denied
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 0 total points
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After a lot of adding items to the security folder I got the drive back..
Takeown /f d:\ /r /d n did run originally... But after adding a bunch of users to the security items I got the drive back minus the volume name
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