Re: Group Policy Permissions Issue
From: Steven L Umbach (n9rou_at_nospam-comcast.net)
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2005 18:25:16 -0600
You always can use the dsacls command but it may be easier to first try
using AD Users and Computers. First make sure advanced features are selected
in view. The go to system - policies to find all your Group Policies. Then
right click them and select properties where you can use the security tab to
hopefully change permissions back to what you need. You will only see the
GUID for each Group Policy. You can use the support tool gpotool /v to find
the friendly names of each policy if you need such.. --- Steve
"James Roper, MCSE" <JamesRoperMCSE@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> After a crash do to a group policy being edited, I want to make my group
> policies read only.
> I made it so everyone only had read rights to the security of two group
> policies, in my domain.
> I assumed that as the owner - the Domain or Enterprise Admin would be able
> to edit the permissions, like it is with the file system.
> Seems like I can not alter the permissions, or delete the Group Policies
> from my list of Group Policies. Even as the owner of the Policy.
> Any way to reset the permissions of a Group Policy so the
> admin could edit the file again?