I have a third-party HR application which needs to write information to the 'Application Data' folder under a users profile. We currently run under a Terminal services environment and access to this folder is denied to all end-users under our group policies.
Is there a way I could allow a small number of users access to this folder without having to grant the permission to everybody.
I find it interesting that you have users that are restricted to their own "Application Data" directory in their own profile. I understand the restriction via GPO, but this is unusual since most applications
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