I always used the root account if I had to change permissions of files
which I was not the owner of. Now I tried to set root as invalid user and
gave all privileges to the user sysadm. But I was not allowed to change
the permissions (but to take ownership). Did I miss something or is root
still the only way to change permissions when using a windows box?

greets Jimmy

Andreas "Jimmy" Gredler
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