File access permission

Posted on 2012-08-29
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Hi experts,

I have window 7 computer with 4 different partation like c: d: e: f:. I have three users at my computer as local users . how to assign user a only can access d : and not access right to e : and f: drive . also user b ony access right to e drive etc

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akhalighi earned 1500 total points
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Right-click on the drive -> properties > security ; you see the default security that basically allows all authenticated users ;you need to change these settings with an admin users.
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don't mess with C:\ drive though !

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