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    Hi

    I am looking to allow domain users to write to a subfolder

    The share permissions on the root folder permit only read for domain users. The NTFS permissions allow modify

    I can write to this folder with my domain admin account

    Standard users cannot write to this folder despite having the modify NTFS permission

    I understand standard practice dictates that the root Share permissions should be set to Full control for everybody but on this occasion they are not
    I dont want to alter the root folders “share” permissions as someone else may have had some logic for doing so.

    The share Tab is not present on subfolders. I can only seem to modify the NTFS permissions on sub folder not the share permissions

    I need to change the share permissions on the sub folder to allow writing to it without modfiying the root folder

    Cant find solution after much searching

    Thanks for reading

    Confuseis

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