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Gruelius

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  1. hey all long winded title. My manager wants me to setup a restricted enviroment which ive had no trouble untill now setting up. They want it so that my documents/desktop isnt writeable only being able to write to the mapped drives. Ive made a documents start menu and desktop folder all with the approperiate permissions this is the netlogon script set envpath=\\servernamewithheld\it\jprofiletest\envfiles\ del /f /s /q c:\ruser xcopy %envpath%\ruser c:\ruser /E /K /O /I /R gpupdate /force i cant copy the files using those xcopy parameters even when though the domain users have explicit read permissions on the shares. if copying manually using ctrl+c it works fine. the xcopy error is "File creation error - this security ID may not be assigned as the owner of the object" Is there a better way to do this? i tried pointing them to a share on the server but it kept on trying to synchronise even though the permissions were set so no writing was possible. If i manually set the perms using the local admin account it works but i dont want to have to do that for every computer.. oh yeah im a noob no certs no qual's thanks
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