Folder Security

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  • hlobell

    I know this is a little mundane but I’m trying to secure all folders on my network. When I came into this job the folder structure security was not done correctly meaning the Share has permission for everyone and full control permission.

    From what I’ve been told, a share should have only the group or user that needs access to it? But then the security also needs to have the same user and groups also added?

    My thoughts.

    F:share = Everyone (read, modify, access) No full control?
    F:sharefolder = Groups or users with the needed permission?

    Is this right?

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