Permission Problems on network drive
Just wondering if anyone can help/advice on this.
We have a 2003 server SP1 which has a Public Drive mapped on all XP clients. The permissions were set originally to:
1- Pupils have read access to it
2- all other members of staff have access to it + create folders, delete etc...
ANyway there has been a problem on it recently where folders that were created on it originally have all permissions messed up and the teachers group don't have access to it, children can read them and all sort of permission issues.
Because there are quite few folders on this drive, i thought about copying the whole lot out and resetting the permissions on the drive and then putting all the stuff back on it! Now when i try and copy some of the data onto an external drive as an administrator, it tells me that i don't have access to it! When i check on the owner of the folder, it has no owner. So until i change the ownership to administrator, i cant access it.
What is the easiest way to reset this drive?