SID showing after restore

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i want backup files From NAS (W2k3 Storage Server) and restore to w2k3 Server (enterprise) . Backup Runs well and when i have resttored the files on the Target Server (w2k3 Server Enterprise )i get a access denied.Looking at the security tab , ACLS shown correctly for all groups (including domain groups) except for local adminisrtator whose SID is only shown (s-1-5-21-1516925467-3236379928-68625751-500).How do i get around this. I tried backup and restore files from w2k3 Server to NAS it works beautifully (no access Denied). i have also tried using Secure Copy (trial) but get the same problem Please Help
ASKED: December 2, 2005  9:52 PM
UPDATED: September 5, 2008  5:38 PM

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Try navigating to the file in question, and then taking ownership as administrator.

Once that’s done, you should be able to reset the permissions.

Bob

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