|Subject:||Re: Password Protecting a subfolder|
|Posted by:||Mike (Mi…@discussions.microsoft.com)|
|Date:||Thu, 16 Apr 2009|
I'm sorry, you are right. I said it wrong. I don't want to password
protect, but I want to "access permission" protect. So for instance, I want
employee ABC to access a subfolder that many employees can access the higher
level folder. Do I just remove the inherit permissions from parent folder,
and add the users I want to have access, and it won't affect any other
folders, parent and otherwise?
"-= Kevin Cole =-" wrote:
> Why not just give permissions via the security tab to the people that
> actually require it as oppose to trying to use passwords?
> You'll find it a lot easier.
> Please respond to the newsgroup to keep the thread updated for everyone.
> Emails will only be answered when I have requested you email me.
> "Mike" <Mi…@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > Hi,
> > I'm trying to make sure I do something properly. We have a shared folder
> > on
> > a 2003 server that several employees use. My manager wants to make a
> > subfolder password protected so only a couple of people can access it.
> > I've made mistakes before in trying to password protect folders and it
> > created problems for me.
> > What is the proper procedure for password protecting a subfolder?
> > Mike
Re: Password Protecting a subfolder posted by -= Kevin Cole =- on Thu, 16 Apr 2009