Permission's, Plex, Please Help

HBhatti123

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I moved some files from another Pool onto my plex media pool and the owner of the file is incorrect. I was playing around in permissions and I accidentally deleted some It seems. It needs to be my Plex app (group: 1000, and UID: 1000) in order for plex to read it. I have been trying to change it, but it constantly gives me errors etc. I need to change ARCHIVE including all files and folders inside it to the Movies Permissions and I am struggling a bit. I try to go into the ACL editor and try to change the owner it does not recognize the '1000' Any help is grateful.

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I also am getting these errors:

[EPERM] Filesystem permissions on path /mnt/SP_Synology_Backup/NAS_Synology_Backup prevent access for user "admin" to the path /mnt/SP_Synology_Backup/NAS_Synology_Backup/ARCHIVE2. This may be fixed by granting the aforementioned user execute permissions on the path: /mnt/SP_Synology_Backup/NAS_Synology_Backup

Also When I move from one folder to another folder, the 'Movies' folder is not assigning a Group 1000 to new movies I put in it
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HBhatti123

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Boils down to essentially I am unable to add new files to the Movies Database and it is not inheriting the ownership of the files so that Plex can read them
 

Tru

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What permissions does NAS_Synology_Backup have and are those permissions being applied recursively? I wouldn't worry what windows says about the data. You need to have ACLs setup correctly in TrueNAS.
 

HBhatti123

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Thank you very much for answering, Ill show a screenshot of the situation, it does not even let me change any permissions.

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