I have a folder share available on the network that has sub folders for each username on the network. This needs to be used as a private drop box for each user so no one should be able to access another users folder, only see that it is there.
How do I setup the permissions so that I do not have to go to each individual folder to allow/ deny access?
OK, this explains a lot.
All files/systemfiles that are created in the RedirectFolder will have the correct rights. (done by windows)
Just open properties of a file in the RedirectFolders\test3\file.txt
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