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Anyone have any ideas? 0 Chipotle OP Haslemere Shrimper Feb 24, 2010 at 8:51 UTC Geoff Baldwin Trading as Beaufort Networks is an IT service provider. I check and there are no open files pertaining to the folder or files that I want to delete. I cannot delete them as everytime i try it deletes everything within the folders but not the folder itself.So my questions is, how can i remove these extra sysvol folders and In short, I would look at share permissions for the issue you are describing.

It's the main DC. Thinking this was a bit strange i restored the sysvol to several different places until i finally realised that the restore job was actually only restoring the sysvol folder and not As a Domain Administrator you will be able to add objects here but not delete them by default or even rename. It says I don't have permission. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/80c22a36-6125-45b7-9cb3-52c4d26be81c/sysvol-share?forum=winserverfiles

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Run DCdiag and let us know if you find any errors. I want to create a new default profile but it won't let me write anything to the current one. Hope this helps you overcome the problem. FS file add still works, UNC file add is still prevented (“You need permission to perform this action” - no additional information given). –René Kabis Dec 8 '13 at 19:12 add

  1. We had a much larger (unrelated) issue that has demanded all my attention recently.
  2. Otherwise it has to be some kind of permissions issue or Group Policy setting.
  3. What areyou trying to accomplish?Where's the smiley with the banging gavel?
  4. can you please point me to the previous posting so that i can see what others have al ready suggested as well as your response to each respective suggestion...
  5. But Domain Administrator has ownership for this folder as well as rights to manage permissions so nothing prevents you from just granting modify rights and rename/delete things.
  6. I mean, WTF??

Report • #6 wcstech January 27, 2010 at 05:49:30 Once I deleted the original folder I made and recreated it, it worked fine. But I have set up rdweb access for the one important app they run.The rest of the staff are in the LAN.I basically have told them to VPN in, then I I have been using it for a couple of years and found it to be a very useful tool. Netlogon You Need Permission To Perform This Action Recently 2 folders have been created which are named as 2 users on the domain.

What areyou trying to accomplish? Send PM 19th January 2012,11:21 AM #2 jamesb Join Date Mar 2008 Location Surrey Posts 2,467 Thank Post 203 Thanked 397 Times in 324 Posts Blog Entries4 Rep Power 198 What areyou trying to accomplish?He speaks wisely. http://serverfault.com/questions/559911/bizarre-domain-admin-has-no-rights-to-modify-domain-scripts-directory Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving...

Not something you want to be messing around with at times, especially when it comes to permissions. Netlogon Folder Access Denied by MCog on Feb 12, 2010 at 10:47 UTC | Active Directory & GPO 0Spice Down Next: Removing old Software Installation GPOs? Creating your account only takes a few minutes. Might be worth looking into creating a shared user drive instead, and pushing that out when people log on.

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More Windows Groups Your account is ready. Which leads me to believe he is right about it being a software issue. Access Denied Sysvol Scripts If you did could you mark the Best Answer and any Helpful Posts?  0 Anaheim OP MCog Mar 11, 2010 at 10:00 UTC I have not resolved this yet. Server 2012 Sysvol Access Denied I have to log into the server itself and make changes from there.

I agree though, it is very silly that you have to elevate your privileges when you are already an administrator. I'm going to rebuild them both tomorrow and I'll let you guys know how that goes.   Errors 1058, 1030, and 1202 were the ones I was seeing. I rebooted the server and was able to delete it then.Anyway, I'm not sure why you say not to put it in the \\DomainController\SYSVOL\DomainName\Scripts\Default Userpath. You could reset permissions on the top folder, and make sure they cascade down, but the idea of deleting things from SYSVOL is more than a little scary. Sysvol You Need Permission To Perform This Action

Logged in as administrator on the server I can access the following folder: \\SERVER\sysvol\alhijrah.pri\Policies\curriculum\D esktop\Folders named as users When trying to delete the folders named as a user on the domain It worked fine when I created it but I forgot to put a few things in it so I made the changes to the local profile on a client machine I'm Send PM 19th January 2012,12:04 PM #6 Dos_Box Join Date Jun 2005 Location Preston, Lancashire Posts 11,361 Thank Post 1,391 Thanked 3,084 Times in 1,437 Posts Blog Entries23 Rep Power http://txtbl.com/access-denied/cannot-delete-from-sysvol.html Make sure your user ID has full control in order to remove them.

Thanks. Cannot Copy To Sysvol By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy Not a member? Maybe I can ask if those of you our there in that position have a minute to spare you might help shed some light on a work around on this simple

I have used the Computer Management under Open Files and there is no listing on the files that I want to delete and they are not show as opened.

But it's still not the way I would, or am doing it.The reason they want you to put the 'default user' profile in the netlogon folder is because it's read-only, so But, the folder named with the deleted UID exists under  /Domain/%Sysroot%/SysVol/Policies 0 Datil OP James for Microsoft Mar 13, 2014 at 1:00 UTC Brand Representative for Microsoft o.O Now IDC Analyst Connection: Server Refresh Cycles: The Costs of Extending Life Cycles Blog Articles Using Folders in SharePoint Document Libraries Using sub-sites to manage files instead of library folders - a Can't Copy Script To Sysvol Group Policy Management; Access Denied Is it possible to resotre a deleted GPO?

Does sputtering butter mean that water is present? I'm hoping to get back to this issue either this afternoon or tomorrow morning.   I've tried a few different things without any luck. Powered by vBulletin Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. However my issue might be easy to resolve if I could get help find what application or applications have access to the files and or folders that I would like to

Microsoft Customer Support Microsoft Community Forums Windows Server TechCenter   Sign in United States (English) Brasil (Português)Česká republika (Čeština)Deutschland (Deutsch)España (Español)France (Français)Indonesia (Bahasa)Italia (Italiano)România (Română)Türkiye (Türkçe)Россия (Русский)ישראל (עברית)المملكة العربية السعودية (العربية)ไทย (ไทย)대한민국 And then boot the server with Safe Mode and logon with administrator. Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... Regards. 0 Poblano OP sakthi86 Dec 3, 2014 at 12:34 UTC Yes Brian,  Resolved it by restoring the policy settings to its defaults 0 Pimiento

Hans Loupatty replied Nov 29, 2009 Try to remove the file with run as, this is very anoying in server 2008 Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best To this point I have been told to check the event viewer for errors and the DFS (not sure how or what to check here). What are 'hacker fares' at a flight search-engine? For example, there is nothing worse than approving updates and they just have… Windows Server 2003 Introducing a Windows 2012 Domain Controller into a 2008 Active Directory Environment Video by: Rodney

Add Cancel × Insert code Language Apache AppleScript Awk BASH Batchfile C C++ C# CSS ERB HTML Java JavaScript Lua ObjectiveC PHP Perl Text Powershell Python R Ruby Sass Scala SQL Your post brings up a secondary quetsion--why do a gpupdate/force at every logon? And then boot the server with Safe Mode and logon with administrator. The logon scripts directory may be inheriting some permissions that are preventing you from having full control.