I have some folders on a company share that supervisors have requested certain people have access and only one person can approve changes.
We have a handful of people in IT that can give users rights. Many times rights are based on similar job roles.
I thought about making new groups that would indicate higher security is enforced. (ex: Approved_Access_Support_Dept)
Anyone know of any way to alert IT staff that a folder has more restrictions than others? We do try to check with a folder owner however much of the decision is based on department or role. We are also not interested in adding any additional software on the server. Readme files only work if you go into each folder/subfolder to see if any are there.
They do not want to change the name of the folders. Thanks
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