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How to reset NTFS permissions on a CIFS share created on the root of the Volume or Qtree

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • CIFS

Description

  • Accidentally Domain Administrator or Local CIFS server Administrator can lose access to CIFS share created on the root of Volume or Qtree.
  • Even after taking ownership from Windows end, Administrator is still unable to view or set any NTFS DACL permissions on the share.
  • This article provides the various procedures available to reset the permission and gain control.

 

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