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Best practice for applying shares and NTFS permissions

Discussion in 'Training & Development' started by TechTock, Jul 4, 2012.

  1. TechTock

    TechTock Byte Poster

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    It's been a fair while since I have had to do permissions but if I remember correctly is it still best practice to give a group full share permissions to the folder and then adjust the permissions level using NTFS?
     
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  2. ade1982

    ade1982 Megabyte Poster Forum Leader

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    It's the most restrictive of the combination of the two, isn't it.

    Give all authenticated users full control share permissions, and then use the NTFS permissions to lock it down.
     
  3. AdamV

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    Agreed, and ideally use groups to apply the NTFS permissions, rather than individual users.
     
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  4. TechTock

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    Cheers guys thought that was the case but just wanted to confirm that is right. Think I've let my AD skills slip a little over the years.
     
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