We have file redirection set for Desktop and Documents to \\fileshare\userprof$\user\Desktop and \\fileshare\userprof$\user\Documents
We have Sync Center to sync offline files. Everything was working until the file share got too big and instead of increasing the volume, one of the sys admin used a file copy tool and moved everything over to another volume.
This caused users to have access denied issues. He added all the correct NTFS permissions but users were still getting access denied.
Users are able to UNC to the path and add/remove files as needed.
After investigating the issue, we found out that when he moved the folders he took ownership of the folders. This was causing the access denied.
I took ownership back for a few folders and it resolved the access denied issue. There is over 500 folders.
But it errors out and says "This security ID may not be assisnged as the owner of this object"
The manual process of taking ownership works.
What I need help with is creating a powershell script to take ownership of the \\fileshare\userprof$\user folder and set the ownership to the owner.
The user folder is the same as the user ID for the users.
I've searched and found a few powershell script such as
Using PowerShell you can set the proper permissions using ACLs and it shouldn't care about the UNC paths -
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