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Urgent: Correct Share and NTFS permissions to Home folder

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Last Modified: 2018-05-24
Hi, setup home folder with everyone in share, read and list, everyone showed up in NTFS, and left the same

I set the permissions for home folder as per http://www.alexcomputerbubble.com/using-group-policy-preferences-gpp-to-map-user-home-drive/

SYSTEM = Full Control
CREATOR OWNER = Full Control
LOCAL\Administrators = Full Control
For the Authenticated Users group the following has to be set up ONLY:
Traverse folder; Create folder; Write attributes; Write extended attributes; Read   permissions; Change permissions

This was a home directory which i migrated with robocopy, copied permissions as well, when i use the above, users can see the and access the other shares, (if they choose to) they still see the H: as expected, the run command is knocked off so they wont be able to browse to it, can someone outline what the best share and NTFS permissions are for this? I plan on using ABE in future, but dont have time right now to do it, just want to deny users access to other files in the user folder
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