I have a "c:\Userdata" folder on a Windows 2012 server which contains subfolders of users' folders. They were created using a folder redirection group policy.
I am trying to remove a user subfolder under c:\userdata from a domain admin logon to the server. I cannot remove it. The message is "You need permission of that user to do so". I then take ownership and grant domain admin right to that user subfolder in c:\userdata, I still cannot remove it as a domain administrator.
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