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i want to let Uchino to access full control on this folder.
but he is in MIBS group
how do i make exception?
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Question by:Hiroyuki Tamura
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by:Lukasz Chmielewski
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Add UCHINO to another group and set the group access to full.
Try that.
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by:Hiroyuki Tamura
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thank you.
are there any functions "exception"?
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by:Darius Ghassem
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If he is part of that group he will get those permissions. Permissions are cumulative which means if user has restricted access from one permission then this permission will be global even if you gave him more permission in another group
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The only exception to additive permissions is if DENY is used - that takes precedence over granted permissions.
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by:9660kel
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Create a new group for the required permissions, add the user to that group, and remove them from the group with access denied.

Another method is to grant permissions to the folder directly, but that is very messy in short order.
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by:9660kel
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Just for clarity, explicit permissions override inherited permissions. On a local system, that includes deny permissions.

Any network transactions are subject to the most stringent applicable permissions. This means on a share or other network resource, a deny permission always overrides an allow permission.

Use of the deny permission should be very limited, and only where it is actually needed. Most of the time, removing the allow permissions is easier, and just as effective.
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