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    Question Permissions problems in XP/ 2003 domain

    Hi

    We have a problem with new vanilla clients in that restricted user account permissions are inaccessible to domain and local admins. (all the permission settings are greyed out)

    I've had this before where I've fixed it by copying an admin profile over the default.

    Anyone have any idea what's going on?

    Thanks

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    Whats this for? profiles or home directorys?

    If its for profiles and its windows creating them - I have it here as windows just gives the user permission to the profile.

    I've had this before where I've fixed it by copying an admin profile over the default.
    by this do you mean the default on the domain netlogon share.

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    I might be way off here but it's not because they are inheriting permissions from the folder above is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    Whats this for? profiles or home directorys?
    Profiles

    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    If its for profiles and its windows creating them - I have it here as windows just gives the user permission to the profile.
    How?


    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    by this do you mean the default on the domain netlogon share.
    No copying over local administrator policy onto local default

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    Quote Originally Posted by bladedanny View Post
    I might be way off here but it's not because they are inheriting permissions from the folder above is it?
    Don't think so but I'll check

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark View Post
    How?
    Windows tends too create profile as read only by the user which created the profile (this is only if its what i'm thinking of). You can normally change this by taking ownership of the folder which should give you the NTFS permissions

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    Yeah I didn't take ownership I wanted to know why it was happening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark View Post
    Yeah I didn't take ownership I wanted to know why it was happening.
    i *think* (if it is what i think) its windows default permissions on profiles.

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