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hello

I had in nt4 200 users folders with simple restrictions working fine.

so now in w2003server I have a folders like this

enterprise\accountant
enterprise\marketing
enterprise\reports

I want only 3 people to access the "reports" folder

so I right clicked reports / properties / security
I added this 3 guys, and the administrators as full control
clic on accept and its ok,. still access everyone

okay...
so again I right clicked reports / properties / security  
i went to USERS, and clicked deny into "modify".
clicked ok and then noone of these 3 guys can access...

these 3 guys are part of the users group

but they have FULL ACCESS in the permissions sheet.

why is that?

thanks in advance.

Jezz how I miss nt4.

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by:Lee W, MVP
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First, you should NEVER assign permissions to individual users.  If you (or someone else) accidentally deletes them, or you have to add another user, it just gets messy.  Create a group for these users and put them in that group, then assign the group permissions to the folder.  

When you assign "deny", deny takes priority over allow, so if a person is a member of a group being "denied" then it doesn't matter if they are also in a group with allow, they are denied because deny is more important to windows.

When you set security, did you set it so that things were applied to previously existing documents and folders?
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by:HTorres
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thanks leew

the folder was created from barebones with this rights:
administrators full control
users full control

thats it.

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so if mark is part of users and also part of marketing, and users has restrictions to modify, ... he can not modify ... even he has full control in the other group?

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so i need to take mark out of users and thats it?

that wont create me other issues when login or something?

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by:HTorres
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or should i put restrictions individually to everyother user and not in the users group?

wich one will be messier/easier?

hehehehe
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by:HTorres
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I removed the guys from users, and tried again with a brand new folder reports.  and when I set the restriction to the users group. it blocks the 3 users again.

what am I doing wrong?
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Lee W, MVP earned 800 total points
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Don't Deny.  I rarely, if ever use Deny.  If the user/group is not specifically granted permission, they won't have access.

I assume the 3 users you want to have access are in fact the "marketing" group?  If so, create a global group in Active Directory called "Marketing" and put these users in that group.  

Then, set the permissions on the folder so that:

Domain Admins: Full Control
Marketing: Full Control
System: Full Control

And that's it.  Make sure to apply the changes to all child objects.

The Users/Domain Users group should not appear anywhere (for deny or allow) in the security box.
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by:HTorres
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that made it!

thank you leew!
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