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Shared permissions overriding NTFS Security

Posted on 2004-09-22
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I have Active directory setup in a Windows 2003. I have two user groups, managers and production. Right now I only have three shared directories. Purcell, which is the name of the D:/ drive, Pre-press and accounting. It appears if I don’t use “everyone” in the shared permission tab no one can get in. But the problem is everyone does get in. I set the security for the production group and the manager group to be able to use pre-press and only the manager group to use accounting. If I don’t use the “everyone” in shared permission though no one gets in and vice-versa if I don’t. Please help


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are you "denying" access to everyone, or "denying" access to anyone for that matter?
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Try setting the share to allow everyone, then going into the Security tab and specifically denying permission to the group you do not want to have access to the folder.
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