|Subject:||File sharing in W2k3|
|Posted by:||Andrew Hodgson (m…@privacy.net)|
|Date:||Tue, 14 Mar 2006|
I have a directory which is shared on a Windows 2k3 standard box. I
don't wish people to be able to write to it, but I need people in a
Windows 2000 AD group to be able to write in a specific directory
below the share.
I shared the root folder on the drive using everyone giving them read
and write permissions. I then set the permissions on the specific
folder in the share so that the specific group had modify permissions.
However, it does not work.
The only way I could seem to get it to work was to give the everyone
group in the share full control then give the everyone user on the
root folder full control - then it appeared to work normally, however,
wish to tie it down.
I looked at the permissions on my solitary W2k3 box at home and they
seem very similar to how I had things set up, but this works and the
one at work doesn't.
Andrew Hodgson in Bromyard, Herefordshire, UK.
My Email: use <andrew at hodgsonfamily dot org>.