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Re: Possible issue with chown v8.25

Greetings, lostbits!

>                     Click Reorder

Don't do that.

>                     This corrects the error.

No, it breaks permissions.

> For the directory and contained subdirectories, the <owner> is put into 
> the "Group or user names" popup of the Security property. The <owner> 
> has no assigned permissions.

> The contained files in the directory have <owner> in the "Group or user 
> names" popup of the Security property. The <owner> has all permissions 
> except special permissions.

> Summary: When the chown -R command is given, the ownership and group of 
> the directory and contained files are changed but the permissions of the 
> directory are detected as incorrect by Win7.

Don't confuse Explorer and OS itself.

> The owner has no
> permissions in the directory but does have permissions in the files 
> contained in the directory.

> I don't think that this is something that I caused through a fault of my 
> own. It looks like a chown bug.  Is there a workaround?

You didn't tell us, what is your problem.
You did not provide icacls and getfacl listings.

With best regards,
Andrey Repin
Monday, May 16, 2016 04:13:14

Sorry for my terrible english...

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