Block access to parts of companyweb

Posted on 2008-11-13
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
My client has sbs 2003 and uses the companyweb site to store files, they have been using the main page to store their documents such as accounts and they now want to restrict access to a new user.

the files in question are location from the default page as follows:

Companyweb Home>General Documents>Accounts

I would like to create a user group that i can toggle users into and create a rule (somehow) to block access to the above folder within companyweb

Question by:firstnet01827
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    You can't create specific permissions for a subfolder of a document library in WSS 2.0.  Instead, you need to just create a separate document library and assign permissions as you like to that one.


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