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Rights issue

We've started having issues where users randomly lose edir rights to
folders they have had rights to for years, such as their user folder,
which we map to their H drive. Re-adding the rights works fine, but
this should not need to be done.

My file servers are OES2sp3 running on SLES10sp4 (64bit), edir 8.8 sp6.
Time is in sync, etc.

Suggestions, ideas as to what could be causing this?

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Stevo
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Re: Rights issue

On Wed, 26 Sep 2012 14:10:32 +0000, Stevo wrote:

> Suggestions, ideas as to what could be causing this?


Since file system rights are part of the file system, not eDirectory, I'm
going to ask you to ask this over in the OES support forums. You're more
likely to get a useful answer there.


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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Rights issue

David Gersic sounds like they 'said':

> Since file system rights are part of the file system, not eDirectory,
> I'm going to ask you to ask this over in the OES support forums.
> You're more likely to get a useful answer there.


So my response to David's comment is...

Ok, will do.

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Stevo
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