Remove corrupted inheritance
Background / Value
Broken ACLs (Access Control Lists) interfere with NTFS inheritances on file servers. As a consequence the sub-directory will not inherit the correct permissions, despite this feature being activated. ARM displays "Broken ACLs" and removes them by reapplying the inheritance.
Identify corrupted inheritance (web client)
- Select "Resources".
- Expand the frame.
- ARM lists all subdirectories with deviating permissions.
- The yellow lock indicates a corrupted inheritance.
Use the sort function in the "Inheritance" column for long lists.
- Select an entry.
- ARM shows you in all details which permissions are different compared to the parent directory.
- Select the subdirectory where you want to correct the corrupted inheritance.
- or 3. Click "Change Inheritance".
- Enable inheritance.
- Enforce inheritance for all subdirectories.
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- Start the execution.