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Access is denied while applying Security permissions

Posted on 2016-10-09
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I have a folder which contains many sub folders and files, the permissions were a bit messed up thus i checked the box "Replace all child object permissions with inheritable permissions from this object" but seems that when applying permissions to certain folders i get "Access is Denied".

Is there any way i can reset the all the permissions the sub folders and files ?

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Gulf IT
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I just figured it out the reason behind this is that certain sub folders do not inherit from the parent. Is there a easy way to check all the subfolders so that they inherit from the parent.
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As per suggested.
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