DFS replication root folder - no permission replication?

I am working on a project to scale out our DFS infrastucture. I have gone through and created and replicated about 25 shared folders. For some reason I have one folder that we configured for replication that is successfully getting replicated but when I look at the NTFS permissions of the parent folder, it appears the permissions did not carry over. All other folders I configured for replication did except this one. This happened on two new seperate DFS servers.  How can I get the permissions to replicate? Do I need to remove the folder from DFS and start again or is there a way to kick start it? It looks like the permissions  on the files and folders propigated underneath the parent folder... what gives?!


Windows 2012 R2
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jbla9028Asked:
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MaheshArchitectCommented:
Can you check parent folder permissions on primary member?

If your share folder is underneath parent folder, probably your permissions are set on shared folder and parent folder itself might have default permissions in source
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jbla9028Author Commented:
Thanks. Looks like some crazy lag in replication. I waited another day and it finally replicated all the permissions.
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