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Ok here is my problem:

After i restarted my Server (Windows 2008 32 Bit) the Permissions of owner creator and Everyone are gone!

I am logged in as the Local Administrator (no AD present) so I tried to reset the owner using the GUI advanced--> owner--> edit. But here i see that Administrator & Administrators are already owners.

So I try to give the CREATOR OWNER back the permissions using the "Edit" button, but I get following Error Message:

An Error occurred while applying security information to: D:\xxxxxx\xxxxx
The media is write protected.

So now after searching the internet I found out, that i do not even have permissions on the Drive itself.. so i tried to assign these using the cmd as an Administrator:

takeown /F D:\ /r /d y

but all it tells me, is that the drive is Write protected:

So I'm totaly lost and don't know how to go on from this point.

Please can anyone help me to solve this problem & to make sure it doesn't happen after every restart?

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Is it that I'm not specific enough or am i missing important information? If so I will try to provide it.. Please help –  Hagbart Celine Jun 8 '12 at 11:27

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This issue seems to have something to do with my Adaptec RAID card. I made one Volume out of the two disks i had.

1. Run cmd as Administrator

2. diskpart

3. list disk

4. sel disk X

5. ATTRIBUTE disk CLEAR READONLY 

6. detail disk 

7. sel Volume X

8. ATTRIBUTE Volume CLEAR READONLY 

Now you can reset the the ownership of the Volume using the normal security settings.

See Microsofts Answer to this issue or at least the one that helped me.

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I about had heart failure when I lost write access to the primary network file server. This article hit the nail on the head. Thanks. –  user143914 Nov 3 '12 at 5:56

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