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I have a folder and i am trying to setup a share.  I am using the share wizard in 2012.  
My problem is this.  I am trying to control access to the share strictly with ntfs permissions.
The Everyone group has modify permissions which i think is necesary for a certain application to run on the server.
But yet, everyone also has access to the new share to modify contents of the share..  not good for this case.

It's been awhile since i have  done this.  the problem is the folder is a folder that people need to be able to edit, but the system itself also relies on this folder contents.

what's the best way to provide this.  

I basically need to tailor the share for proper use, but in no way effect how the permissions make the application behave
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FOXActive Directory/Exchange EngineerCommented:
On your 2012 server where the share is -Go in to Computer Management>System Tools>Shared Folders>Shares.  right-click the share you created, then properties.  In the share permissions tab add the groups or users you want to have access to the share. click the security tab, click edit, highlight your groups and/ or users and then take away what you don't want them to have and leave what you need them to have.
jamesmetcalf74Author Commented:
I'm confused on something.
if I take away the modify away from everyone, the application breaks.

but when I share the folder... .people are able to modify it...
im missing something here.
FOXActive Directory/Exchange EngineerCommented:
If you are on a domain you should really not even have everyone accessing the application.  You can put in Authenticated users or Domain users.  If the application was installed with a Domain admin account , add that account, or Domain admins and give them full rights and restrict Authenticated users and /or domain users to what you want.

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