Security groups require two, best approach.
Posted on 2006-12-01
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I am trying to plan. Plan and Plan. Something that I see consistenlty in these pages.
I am about to implement SBS2003 Premium in a new client site.
They currently have 2 peer to peer networks lets call them A and B
Ulitmately it is one company with two divisions. Division A provides training services Division B the administration
In order to provide document security for each division my approach was to;
1. Create two new security groups A and B
2. Create two new shares, remove the everyone permission and add the appropriate security group.
3. Create the new users and add them to the appropriate security groups using the Add User Wizard.
Am I on the right track?
PS. My only dlimena with this client is with faxing as they essentially have two inbound phone and fax numbers one for each division. Havent got to that hurdle yet. Email is fine as same domain and I can create distribution groups to handle common email addresses.