backup errors

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Backup
Backup and Recovery
LAN
NT4
LAN Consists of NT4 Servers, W2k Workstations, receive backup error "access denied" to user directory folders, specifically the profdata folder. i have already reset permissions on the user directory folders domain wide. the error may go away but different users folders will show up. it is causing my backups to fail. i believe something is wrong with the default user perms for the directory folder. is their away and where to change the default perms for the userdirectory folders (H drive) so that i can set them to what i want.

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There’s a GPO option to set up profiles so that it sets the Administrator as full control of the directories. Here’s an article: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=222043

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  • Gekko1
    Run your backup jobs using an account with domain administrator permissions. This way it will have access to all folders regardless of permissions.
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