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I happened to copy a folder from a windows computer that was previously owned by one user, but accessed by multiple users from the owners PC to the file server. Now, they can only access the same files from the server, but they cannot edit anything. Any ideas on how to give multiple ownership of the folder through the terminal?
Business Analyst at TekSlate.com
Our company is using SailPoint IIQ for its IAM solution. When trying to run: delete IdentityRequest * I get an error of sailpoint.tools.GeneralException: null index column for collection: sailpoint.object.IdentityRequest.items Doing a select * from spt_identity_request_item where id is null; returns no results. I'm reaching for straws and have attempted to repair the table, in case that is what is causing the issue https://goo.gl/DNqcwb. The table types they use for their db is innodb. repair table spt_identity_request_item; yields a note of The storage engine for the table doesn't support repair I've also tried the command: sudo mysqlcheck --repair --databases identityiq -u identityiq -p While it runs, it gives a bunch of notes of: note : The storage engine for the table doesn't support repair Is this command actually doing something to repair the issues? If not, is there a way to repair this and how?

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