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Why can't I set an ACL for AFS even though I'm in the right group?

Why can't I set an ACL for AFS even though I'm in the right group?

I've got a directory that I've lost control over on an AFS system. According to the system adminstrators, my adminin subgroup (dsekt:admin) has rlidwka on the directory. I'm a member of this group (and I can list the members of the group and see my nick there) but I can't set its ACL.

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Guest [Entry]

I'm not very familiar with Andrew, but as a general rule, some permissions are stored in the parent dir, you may need permissions there too.