OK Guys/Gals sorry for the 3rd similar question but myself and the other 3 IT guys here are stumped.
I have had to setup a new server, Win2003, set it up as a Domain Controller, Install active Directory and add some users to my organization.
OK I create a Folder On the C: drive called General, in general I create a folder for my users. Bob.Smith and so on.
When I create general, I leave the permissions as they were by default. But on Bob.Smith I want to make this folder only available to Bob Smith.
I would like Bob to be able to map this folder without creating a share to the folder. To do this I create his folder, go to security, Add Bob smith to the folder, take away inheritable permissions so it doesn't take it's settings from the General folder and click apply. So far so good. My problem is Even though I can see and map the drive, I am denied write access to the secure folder.
My company is grinding to a halt, I need help bad please.......................