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Rights Structure for a client

Posted on 2013-05-31
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Windows 2008 Server.  client wish to have the following rights structure

FA-Full Access Areas – anyone can add/delete files

LA-Limited Employee Access

ID-Input data only, limited employees may copy models into alternate locations

DIRECTORY-ROOT  FA
i.  1st dir   FA
     1. 2nd level  FA
           a.      Third level FA
           b.      Third Level   FA
                 1.  4th Level  LA
                      a.  5th Level LA

      2.  2nd Level  ID
           a.  3rd Level  LA
           b.      3rd Level LA

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by:AliQahtani
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Hi Cjoego,

below a link for Structuring the client.

http://www.grouppolicy.biz/2010/07/best-practice-active-directory-structure-guidelines-part-1/

Best Regards
Ali Qahtani
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by:Joseph Salazar
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Nice Doc,

I am looking for RIGHTS Structure

Cjoego
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Joseph Salazar earned 0 total points
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I fixed it:

I moved Nested folders to root of share

Gave Change and Read Rights at Root

Gave the following Permissions to users:

List Folder / Read Data
Read Attributes
Read Extended Attributes
Create Files / Write Data
Create Folders / append data
Write Attributes
Write Extended Attributes
Read Permissions

Cjoego
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by:Joseph Salazar
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Worked on this for 2 hours Till I found the combination that made the client happy

Cjoego
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