|11 Jul 2012||#1|
GP for permanently changing shared folder offline permissions?
I've got a problem getting offline folder permissions to stick after restarts in our domain. Here's what I do:
Go to MMC>shared folders>shares>C$ (as an example)>properties>offline settings> and then I change "only files and folders users specify..." to "All files...". Apply and done.
It works like a champ for what I'm trying to do (enable Restore Previous Versions of files to actually work- I learned that RPV fix from another thread here at seven), but after each restart the settings are restored to default. I'm assuming there's a group policy I can implement that'll auto-set those permissions permanently but I can't find any 'offline' shared folder permissions options anywhere. Thanks for any help.
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|11 Jul 2012||#2|
Sorry, forgot to mention the environment. We're running 100% Windows 7 workstations and an SBS 2011 server.
The whole point of my question is to ultimately enable a WORKING 'restore previous versions' feature for each workstation across the domain. As far as I can see, after much testing, with the setting I'm trying to permanently enable turned on, restore points actually do back up files for RPV... and with it off, RPV is totally useless on every workstation.
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