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Domain user still able to view view.list folder even though permission is set to Deny

I have AD on my server , I have specific user group are set to deny(List Folder) for certain folder, but the user still have visible of the folder in the server even they do not have permission to ...
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2answers
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How to bring a redirected user account back from the dead in Windows Server 2008 R2?

A user at the place where I work left the company, we deleted his account out of AD and then he came back...and now his redirected profile exists, but with the wrong permissions on the folder.. I ...
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How to Restore Win Drive Permissions [closed]

I've been playing with my C: drive permissions and I have managed to mess them up. Now when I log in nothing appears and I can't launch anything. I tried safe mode and the same thing happens with ...
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41 views

When does a computer cache file permissions?

I just had an issue where users were directly added to the ACL of a folder. I created a group, added them to the group, added the group to the ACL of the folder and then removed the users and pressed ...
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0answers
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Windows server 2008 - Access Based Enumeration (ABE) not working correctly

I have a folder shared with permissions of only one user account, admin account and admin group having access to it, but when I open the shared area from a second user account which dose not have ...
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Server 2008 R2 file access permissions

I'm finding it awkward to sort out permissions for file sharing and access on my LAN. I've created an account on the server node (as a normal user) and shared a drive that has 2 folders at the root, ...
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1answer
70 views

How to Takeover a Folder when even Admins and SYSTEM has Access Denied?

I'm having a strange problem; a user seems to have 'tweaked' the permission of a folder so that not even a Domain Admin nor the SYSTEM account can take it over. icacls Folder /T /C /Q /RESET --> ...
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1answer
172 views

Permissions when copying/moving on the same volume on a Windows 2008 R2 server

Does http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310316 still apply to 2008 R2? I see other questions here on SF like: How to workaround the NTFS Move/Copy design flaw? that discuss the issue, but I was ...
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1answer
51 views

Application Data Redirection Permissions [closed]

I setup application data redirection for my users (which is needed due to my users using different computers all the time and their expectation of getting the same user experience on each machine). ...
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2answers
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Removing Nested Folders where permissions are invalid and folder names are to long

I appears we have become a victim of not using the /XJ in a robocopy command, and we have ended up with a mass of nested folders. We want to get rid of them, but we can use the normal methods of ...
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1answer
33 views

How can I grant different rights to a group of users based on the ownership of a file

[disclaimer : I'm not a sysadmin, I'm a programmer and I know very little on Windows Administration] I have a windows Server 2008 R2 machines that share a directory on C:\SDCN with several windows 7 ...
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1answer
546 views

Windows Server 2008 R2 - Make owner of created files BUILTIN\Administrators

I am encountering some difficulty with makeing the owner of files created in a particular directory to be the Built In Administrators group, rather than the actual user that created it. This seems to ...
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1answer
164 views

PHP file upload system security implications

i've build a small upload system using PHP, it is working just fine for now however, the problem i have is the way i've got it to work. I don't have much of a background in security, but is what i'm ...
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1answer
852 views

Unable to create logon script - Access denied?

I'm currently trying to create a logon script that will map a few network drives for all users. I've created the script, but when I try placing the .bat file in the proper folder, I get an "Access ...
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2answers
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Run all commands as Administrator on Windows Server 2008 R2

I'm having issues with permissions on Windows Server 2008 R2. I'm used to (from Windows Server 2003) being able to open up a CMD prompt and type something like: `copy \some\file /y' and overwrite a ...
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1answer
229 views

cannot delete 500-100.asp file for IIS7

I use roboycopy to copy (to another hard drive) the entire IIS7 "inetpub" folder and I've since tweaked the script a little so it copies to a SkyDrive folder for cloud backup, but I cannot delete the ...
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1answer
406 views

Permissions don't appear to be working correctly on a new Windows 2008 R2 server

I have a new server which is joined to our domain. When I try to save a text file in a folder I am getting access denied. I am logged in with a domain admin account I have checked that 'domain ...
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2answers
216 views

Windows Security: can user read local files with only 'Log on as a batch job'?

A Windows Scheduled Task runs as serviceAccount@domain.tld on a 2008R2 server. The server's local disk has some files that Joe Blow should not see. Joe Blow knows the serviceAccount password. As far ...
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1answer
143 views

network share special permission - cant create directly on share must drag files over

I am attempting to take away delete privileges on a test network share but still allow for folder and file creation. My users tend to drag directories inside directories and cloud based backups get ...
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1answer
82 views

Windows server 2008 r2 unable to view folder as administrator

I have a windows server 2008 r2 install that I inherited and am in the process of prepping for rebuild. Of all the folders of data I had to move to our new machine, there is 1 folder that I, as admin, ...
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1answer
79 views

File Permissions - Service vs Console

We have just setup a new build Windows 2008 R2 server for our Jenkins CI system. Our issue appears to be related to file permissions being different depending on whether a process is a service, or a ...
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1answer
1k views

Possible to get a listing of all folder permissions/access on Windows Server 2008 R2?

We are migrating one of our legacy servers at work to a new data center (different domain, etc...). This server has a folder with MANY nested folders inside of it. Each of the nested folders may ...
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Windows Server 2008 R2 SMB share, deleted files and folders lock up

We work in a mixed Mac / PC environment. Desktop operators work on Mac only, whereas our backend services are Windows based. Also some manual operations are done on Windows 7. We call our problem ...
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1answer
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Folder permissions, red x on user object

On shared folders on the file server, for the domain user name object under the security tab, the icon has a red x. There are no symptoms, the users have full access, there is just a red x on the ...
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3answers
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Change file and folder permissions without remote desktop

Currently, if I want to change permissions, I have to log in via remote desktop and do it from Windows Explorer, but I'm searching for simpler ways. (for example, a web based file manager) Do you ...
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1answer
106 views

What is the most efficent way to grant a user ready-only permisson to all folders and files on a file server?

We currently operate about four file servers, all running Windows Server 2008 R2. Until now, we have used the Windows internal file search (aka “Indexing options”) and this worked OK and found all ...
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1answer
175 views

Windows 2008 R2 not all folders showing in user home folder after migration

During our migration process from SBS2003 to Windows Server 2008 R2, I copied the user home directories across to their new location on the Windows 2008 R2 server. I have a specific problem with one ...
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3answers
765 views

PHP unlink() deleting file user has no permission to

A bit of a long shot here but thought I'd see if anyone had a fix for this: I am having an issue whereby the PHP function unlink() is being able to successfully delete a file even though explicit ...
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1answer
210 views

Windows 2008 Share Perimssions and NTFS Write Attributes Permission

It appears that there has been a subtle change in the way that share and NTFS permissions interact in Windows 2008 R2. In our application, we need to set the Write Attributes permission on in order to ...
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1answer
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Managing folder access by subfolder permissions to simplify management on windows share

I have a Windows shared folder that contains a two level hierarchy. The permissions are managed by security groups. The interesting permissions are set in the second level. A first level folder should ...
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1answer
206 views

Limit AD group access to share files but not folders

I have an AD security group of accounts that I need to have access to some folders. They need to be able to traverse these folders into sub-folders, where they will be writing files. But these ...
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1answer
854 views

Security: How much access does TrustedInstaller need?

I'm trying to lock down my IIS and SQL servers. I have a checklist of items to check, but the checklist does not take into account the TrustedInstaller account, which seems to have file permissions ...
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1answer
156 views

How to delete files created by windows 2008 service running under domain user identity?

I'm using Cruise Control.Net on Windows Server 2008 R2. The windows service (ccnet) is configured to run under MYDOMAIN\unittest. When I log in as MYDOMAIN\unittest, I do not have permissions to ...