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I am looking for an advanced file sharing guide or best practices for Windows Server 2003 in a domain environment. I am looking to setup a simple yet enterprise file sharing services over multiple sites and file servers with no replication requirements. i.e Separate files in each place.

I am looking for help setting up the folder and share permissions utilizing special permissions so that the so users who cant access the folder also cant see the folders&.etc and other(s) techniques for best practices&.Can anyone point me to a guide that is specific for setting up and using these special permissions?

Much appericated.
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Here's a very useful PDF file that you might want to read. ( Registration is free. )

                  http://whitepapers.techrepublic.com.com/abstract.aspx?docid=268552


You might also want to consider shadow copies on your Windows Server


                  http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/File_Server_Windows_2003.html





I hope this helps




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