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roaming  Profile

Posted on 2006-07-12
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I have a problems with roaming Profile ,
I just need to know what is the Wright way to to do that
I made it like this and the result every usre can have access to others usres profiles , advice me how to prevent this :

1.Create a shared directory on a Windows 2000 server and make sure that the group Everyone has access to it.
2.Access the user's Properties dialog box in Active Directory Users And Computers, and then choose the Profile tab. Enter the path to the shared directory in the Profile Path field. The path should have the form \\server name\profile folder name\user name. An example is \\ZETA\USER_ PROFILES\GEORGEJ, where ZETA is the server name, USER_PROFILES is the shared directory, and GEORGEJ is the user name.

So here I have Questions :
1-what is the permissions and wrights that should assigned to the (\USER_ PROFILES)  , I have made a full permissions to Domain users , and this make any users can see and have access to others profiles and see other users documents , and I don’t  want that .what is the changes that can you advice me to prevent this
2-and I have make as above an example shows that the ( GEORGEJ )  folder with  full access to the same user only .is that wright way .

thanks  , please advice
how to create a roaming profile and how can I make that users only hem/her have access to his/her profile
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set the permissions on \\zeta\user_profiles so "everyone" has "full access"

set the permissions on "GeorgeJ" so that "GeorgeJ", "Administrator", "Domain admins", "Administraotrs" and "Server operators" have full access.

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