Cisco NSS4000 Premissions Problems

Posted on 2010-01-05
Last Modified: 2013-12-02

I have a Cisco nss4000 with the latest firmware. The Nas is joining to a domain Windows Server 2003. I have Setup the user share permissions to allow  domain "user1" and "user2"  I have copied data to the nas using domain users "user1". When access share with "user2" I can not delete the file. When I go to the permission tab I see "User1" with Full control. When Login as "User1" I can delete the files. I try to change the "permissions" and or "Owner" login as "User1" I received an Access is Denied.  However if "User2" was to open then save "User2" could then delete it. The end result is I have files that Only "user1" and delete where I need many users to have the ability to delete not just the person how copy the files in?
Question by:bradq3232
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    In the ADVANCED permissions on the file(s) -- especially the directories -- ADD a group permission for "Domain Users" and give that group full access.

    Since all AD users belong to "Domain Users" by default (unless you specifically remove it), this will allow both User1 & User2 to have full access to files created in those folders (inheritance of permissions).

    Good Luck!


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