shared folder permission on Window 2008

I need to create a. common share folder on the server. All users can access and create its personnel folder on it. However, the folder can only be acessed by the owner and the domain admin

How to setup the shared and ntfs permission ?

tks
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A. Cristian CsikiSenior System AdministratorCommented:
Hi,

Probably you would like to give permission to everyone (or shared by groups/users) and (administrator group/user too) in security tab and share tab.

Cristian
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A. Cristian CsikiSenior System AdministratorCommented:
I honestly create a shared folder for each user and assign share permissions and security to specified user and domain admin. But you have to create it your own
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Benjamin VoglarIT ProCommented:
Make a share  with everyone FULL \\Myshare

Then subfolders lock down with NTFS permitions  \\Myshare\filesandfolders
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AXISHKAuthor Commented:
what's the shared foler and Ntfs permission should I give to u ?

is it really impossible  for users to create its folder and let the permission to. setup automatically,
tks
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Benjamin VoglarIT ProCommented:
What will users do? Write / Edit documents or only read them?
Make a SHARE and give share Read/Write Permission. When Create a new folder and Limit The Security NTFS Permissions.
You have to know. If Share have Read Only permission no one can write in this folder no matter what the NTFS permissions are.
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cassey84Commented:
I agree with Benjamin Voglar,
Set the share permission to everyone 'full' then lock down at the folder using 'NTFS' permissions, and  assign those permissions to groups rather than individual users.

Anything to do with share and NTFS, permission/access is a manual process, groups make it easier as you only have to set the permissions on the group and add users to that
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Muhammad BurhanManager I.T.Commented:
Allow Full control in share permission to all users with custom NTFS permissions.

Share permissions decides who would access the folder
NTFS permissions are for read/write on folders and files

in your case you have to share a folder for all and restrict users to view other's files and folders.
share1.jpg
share2.jpg
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AXISHKAuthor Commented:
Seem like it is not what I want...

eg. Both John and Sam can access shared folder mailbackup.

When John create a folder "John", only administrator and John can access it. The similar case apply to Sam where his own folder can't be accessed by John..

Tks
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Muhammad BurhanManager I.T.Commented:
these permissions workes fine already at my side with same scenario as yours.

even users can't see other user's folder because of 'enable enumeration' option.
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AXISHKAuthor Commented:
so,

share folder permission (RHS) will be set to "Domain Useres" -> Change Access

NTFS permssion (LHS) will be set to
      Authenticated Users   Read & Execute
      Create Owner           Full control
      Administrator           Full control

Correct ? One thing I don't understand is that "authenticated Users" has "Read & Execute" permission, it should able to read other users' folder.  How does it actually work ?

Tks again.
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Muhammad BurhanManager I.T.Commented:
you have to make correction on

Creator Owner            Full Control            Subfolders and files only

Authenricated User   Read & Write with special permissions         This folder and files

and change ownership of the subfolders
ex
\\server\share\John
\\server\share\Sam

so john should be the owner of john's folder and so on
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AXISHKAuthor Commented:
Tks, it works now.

However, how can I totally hidden the shard folder ? It is a shared folder that keep user's backup using the script and they are not supposed to see on the network..

Tks again.
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Muhammad BurhanManager I.T.Commented:
if
\\Server\Backup is the folder
share it with Backup$
so it will not be listed in the location \\Server\

or change the folder's name to Backup$ then share it with the same name
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