dfs folder security

Posted on 2007-11-13
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Last Modified: 2008-05-30
hi i have created my dfs root folder and all is well. i have now created some shared folders on the server that i want to include in my dfs share now i cant granted the everyone group full control on the basic share tab however i removed the allow inherit permissions on the ntfs security tab and then i added my own groups that i want to access now the thing is if i enter my dfs share name it brings up the folders ok but when i try to go into one of them it says "you may not have permission etc...." what am i missing?
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Try using Authenticated Users instead of Everyone.

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