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NTFS permissions for current user and administrator

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Hello,

I have the office 2013 admx file installed on server 2012,
I configured the OST location to \\fileserver\ost\%username%  in the GPO (User Config/Admin templates/Microsoft Office Outlook 2013/Miscellaneous/PST Settings/Default location for OST files)

The problem is that the username folders that created under ost folder get inheritance permissions from the ost folder, which give everyone read and write ability to any folder.

My goal is to give permissions to the specific %username% user and administrator like the roaming profile group policy

How can I do that?

Thanks,
Guy
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Santosh Gupta earned 500 total points
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pls specify what are the group and permission is assigned on OST folder.

if you has "Domain Users" then pls go to "Advanced Permission"  and select only two permissions on OST Folder.

1. Travers folder / execute files
2. list folder /read data
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by:solutech06
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That did the trick (this folder only), so simple and so good.
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