Help understanding how domain users can be setup for local server permissions on Win2003
I have setup a departmental PC with Windows Server 2003 for 5 local users who use WinXP and support users that are non local that use WinXP as well. The server is used to share Excel Spreadsheets and documents. The server belongs to a corporate domain and the users are all part of this domain.
I, however do not have access to the domain servers. Just the local Win2003 server.
Would like to set up the server to allow viewing of spreadsheets and documents for the domain users and also allow the local users and support staff to have write permissions.
Is there anyway to accomplish this with only the local Win2003 server access?
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