In Windows Server 2008 Standard, how can we solve an inconsistency generated by a permission propagation stopped in a subfolder?
יום שני 09 מאי 2011 16:40We got a message "Stopping the propagation of permission leads to an inconsisting state, in which some objects have the settings but others don’t”", when trying to remove a group from a folder, as admin was denied access to the third subfolder in the tree (due to a previous issue now solved), When we open the security properties of any folder in the tree afted that one, the group we removed is not there, but there is like a garbage entry with a question mark. Can we fix this inconsistency issue by readding the group now that admin has permision to the subfolder that stop before the process? Or how can we clean this inconsistency? Thanks in advance for any feedback.
יום ראשון 15 אפריל 2012 15:13
You will need to log in as admin, open the folder permissions and take ownership of the folder, then close all windows. Go back into the folder permissions again and set the correct permissions, or inherit from parent (or delete the folder)
- הוצע כתשובה על-ידי Miguel FraMicrosoft Community Contributor יום ראשון 15 אפריל 2012 20:14
יום ראשון 15 אפריל 2012 20:08
I would agree with Richard about taking the ownership: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc780020%28v=ws.10%29.aspx
Once done you can add security permissions you want or even delete the folder itself if needed.