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SharePoint Document permission

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I have created a sharepoint library on 2010 and only want particular users to access that folder.

I select the library click the library tab and click Library Permissions. Click the "Stop Inheriting Permission". Afterwards, I remove the group. However, I find that it always remove the whole user group from the SharePoint site, rather than that particular document.

I also try another tab "Library Settings" -> Permissions for this document library. Again, I get the same result.

Any idea ??

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Under a particular library to remove a group, is there any indication to show where you are ? On my screen, it seems that it go to the home site to remove the group. that why the removed group can't acess the portal.
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It doesn't state the library name but it does have a yellow message stating that 'This library has unique permissions'

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