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sharing permission [message #409265] Wed, 10 March 2010 12:41 Go to next message
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Hello,

I created a sharing folder 'test'.

user: user01,user02,user03,user04
group: user_gp1-> user01 and user02
user_gp2 -> user03 and use04

user01 and user02 have full right for test folder.
user03 and user04 have read right for test folder.
I don't have problem about this setiing.

When I chage to
user_gp1 has full right for test folder.
user_gp2 has read right for test folder.
none of users can acces test folder.

anything wrong?

Thanks
Re: sharing permission [message #409513 is a reply to message #409265] Wed, 10 March 2010 18:42 Go to previous message
aceman  is currently offline aceman  United States
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"Newbie" <Newbie@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:2294E4B7-82F7-43DE-B02F-ACE7659F7243@microsoft.com...
> Hello,
>
> I created a sharing folder 'test'.
>
> user: user01,user02,user03,user04
> group: user_gp1-> user01 and user02
> user_gp2 -> user03 and use04
>
> user01 and user02 have full right for test folder.
> user03 and user04 have read right for test folder.
> I don't have problem about this setiing.
>
> When I chage to
> user_gp1 has full right for test folder.
> user_gp2 has read right for test folder.
> none of users can acces test folder.
>
> anything wrong?
>
> Thanks


This is just playing with the share permissions, or did you also change something in the NTFS (security tab) permissions?

What type of group is it (universal, global, or domain local)?

Is this on a member server or on a DC? If on a member server, what Functional Level is the domain in?

Please outline both the Share permissions and the NTFS permissions. The reason I am asking is because the two work together to provide an overall Most Restrictive setting.

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