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Topic: Than it is possible to synchronize NTFS-permissions?

Situation: is Windows 7. As a result of a glitch of the system program of cleaning of a disk folder Windows has been cleared"up to impossibility of start of the majority of programs (including sfc) and not booting state of the Windows. By means of other computer, LiveCD-linuksa and such mother from  week prescription missing files have been torn out and  is reverse on the place but as it became from under Linux, resolutions at all copied files now" all all is possible ". The system is loaded now and, like, works normally, but it would be desirable to return initial access rights. In avoidance. Manually it to do , there some tens thousand files were copied, I them at all . Whether who knows about any  which can take two directories (leaking and ) and recursively to correct resolutions in the target directory how they were in initial? While I try  to think, by which through icacls it will do, but I in these NTFS-rights not so understand, am afraid to bungle. P. S. If to make icacls/save on  the directory, and then to set/restore on working, it, casually, whether there will be what is necessary to me? Made experiment with subdirectory system32\drivers, the most part was recovered, but the output/save for some files differs. For example, an output for an original file: DefragFs.sys D:(A; ID; FA;;; SY) (A; ID; FA;;; BA) (A; ID; 0x1200a9;;; BU) After recovery: DefragFs.sys D:AI (A; ID; FA;;; SY) (A; ID; FA;;; BA) (A; ID; 0x1200a9;;; BU) the superfluous flag "AI" Whence undertook. And the directory system32\drivers\etc has component S:PAINO_ACCESS_CONTROL which is not present at  etc. In general, any strange recovery turns out.

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Re: Than it is possible to synchronize NTFS-permissions?

Hello, CaptainFlint, you wrote: CF> it would be desirable to return initial access rights. On automatics with access rights I will not prompt, but in XP any repairing of system very well became with the help "setting atop" (winnt32/u from the distribution kit). As a result the dead files, the spoiled resolutions, the broken dependences, the lost registration of components, etc. the Total configuration were recovered looked in accuracy as initial, it was lost nothing unless it was recovered (besides for the purpose of repair) a StartUp of the services which have been forcedly disconnected earlier manually. About whists this possibility cut, but like there is something alternative, like Windows Update Troubleshooting.

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Re: Than it is possible to synchronize NTFS-permissions?

Hello, CaptainFlint, you wrote: CF> but it would be desirable to return initial access rights. In avoidance. 1) Win+R 2) mmc.exe 3) to add equipment "the Analysis and safety adjustment" And here it will be necessary to open basis of adjustments of safety, a file.sdb further, and to apply it to local system. Where these bases lay in WinXP - I know. In Win7 Prof which now at me costs - I could not find them. There is a heap of similar files, but they are not similar to bases. Update here it is similar to the decision: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Fo … rosecurity

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Re: Than it is possible to synchronize NTFS-permissions?

Hello, Evgenie Muzychenko, you wrote: I eat> on automatics with access rights I will not prompt, but in XP any repairing of system very well became with the help "setting atop" (winnt32/u from the distribution kit). As a result the dead files, the spoiled resolutions, the broken dependences, the lost registration of components, etc. the Total configuration were recovered looked in accuracy as initial, it was lost nothing unless it was recovered (besides for the purpose of repair) a StartUp of the services which have been forcedly disconnected earlier manually. I eat> About whists this possibility cut, but like there is something alternative, like Windows Update Troubleshooting. Yes, I just at first wanted to use upgrade-reinstallation for revival, but with  received a window that for an upgrade it is necessary to launch installation from within triggered system. Considering that the system was not loaded any more, this remarkable scenario of recovery should be eliminated (after  that it not I the fool). And after the system has been recovered, it would not be desirable to apply such scenario because of risk of loss of any adjustments and .

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Re: Than it is possible to synchronize NTFS-permissions?

Hello, CaptainFlint, you wrote: CF> it would not be desirable to apply such scenario because of risk of loss of any adjustments and . I some times "renewed" thus different setting XP, and from visible adjustments did not deteriorate anything. Only internal trifles, like forbidden manually for acceleration of loading and clearing of storage of services changed.

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Re: Than it is possible to synchronize NTFS-permissions?

Hello, CaptainFlint, you wrote: CF> even to the raised administrator (only on behalf of a service account it was possible to get there) Such things is better to make on behalf of a system account (SYSTEM), launching, for example, with the help psexec-s (sysinternals).

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Re: Than it is possible to synchronize NTFS-permissions?

Hello, Evgenie Muzychenko, you wrote: CF>> even to the raised administrator (only on behalf of a service account it was possible to get there) I eat> Such things is better to make on behalf of a system account (SYSTEM), launching, for example, with the help psexec-s (sysinternals). Yes, I just SYSTEM meant. Named its service because through service becomes.