I have a SBS 2003 server with XP pro machines connecting to it. I am running a domain and would like to know if it is possible set permissions for a folder on a local drive on the XP machine? For example: I was all users in the domain to be able to have write access to the C:\work folder. Right now it seems like the domain users group can't write to the c: because the group is restricted. Any ideas how you would do that?
You can do that easily with a GPO applied to the workstations in question (start with an OU with only a test workstation in it).
Go to Computer Configuraiton\Windows Settings\Security Settings\File System,
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