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cannot access my share anymore

Posted on 2014-09-17
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Hi Experts,

after I used a 2nd time robocopy I cannot connect anymore to my share.
My storage is a netapp2552.
I overlook this sentence : /MIR will delete the folders on the target device.
Problem is on the target device there were folder and then I canceled the robocopy job.

When I create a new share to the volume it is always the same -> no access.
0x80070005

I hope you have a solution to reset the permissions on the volume.
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"take ownership" as netapp root
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ok solved.
I restored the access rights with Backup Exec software and NDMP.
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