So we currently have 150 users who have access to the J: XXX and the V: XXX these shares have security groups which give permissions to all folders within the share.
We had an issue with users stealing documents before they leave.
My question is what would be best practice when a user hands in there resignation - would I just give the user access to the folders they need access to within the shares or is there a better solution?
There isn't a way to prevent people from taking files they have access to with just the normal Folder security settings. What you would need to utilize is a Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solution. With just
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