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permissions in AD 2003

Posted on 2013-02-06
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HI A USER HAS FOLDER ON HER WORKSTATION AND IS USED BY OTHER MEMBERS IN OUR DOMAIN  PERMISSION WAS CONFIGURED WITH PERMISSIONS FROM THE USERS AND GROUPS ON THE NETWORK.  NOW SHE CREATED A SUB FOLDER AND NOW SHE WANTS THE SAME PERMISSION. (AMY DOCS TO CHANGE WITH OK_DOCS WHENEVER NEW PERMISSIONS ARE APLLIED

How would i do this on AD 2003

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Sub folders automatically inherit the permissions of the parent folder by default. The sub folder should already have the same permissions. Am I missing something?
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Do you see any issues when she accesses the sub-folder? Did she report any issues? If no, then you should be good.

I agree with what Russ_Suter says!

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