I have a generic share on Win2008 server where all users save documents that they would like backed up every night. In one of the folders on that share, I would like to restrict it so that only 3 users have the ability to see/change any of the items in that folder (HR stuff).
How do I set this up? I thought it should be obvious, but there is sharing AND security, and the security seems to not let me revoke permissions to the whole AD user group ("Users") and grant permissions to the 3 who need access to it.
In other words:
G drive is shared with all authenticated AD users.
inside the G drive, I have a Human Resources folder. I only want the HR director, the owner, and the admin to have access to this folder.
Right click on the folder and select properties. Click the security tab, then click advanced. Click change permissions, then remove the check mark from the "Include inheritable permissions from this object's
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