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Windows 7: Preserve share permissions after os refresh

23 Jan 2016   #11
bhar

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The drive on which all shared data is placed is formatted using ntfs.
At share level everyone had full access.
Great. No need to mess around with share permissions then.

Because the default permissions of a share is always Everyone, Full Control; it would probably be easier to just recreate your shares afresh after the format. Unless you have a dozen shares.

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Will a format of os drive and reinstall of windows preserve ntfs permissions?
I must be missing something here, but wouldn't a formatting a drive destroy all the files on the volume along with their permissions?

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In such case I can just share that data worth everyone as ntfs permissions will be present for real acl.
Could you clarify this?
In such case I can just share that data worth everyone as ntfs permissions will be present for real acl.

This my question actually for which I want clarification.


The actual data is stored on non os drive.. In another partition.


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