Folder Permission in windows 2003

Microsoft Windows server 2003
January 26, 2010 at 12:36:18
Specs: Windows Vista
Dear Brothers,
please help.
i have one server in my company and there is shared folder inside, which all users are accessing.
example Project Dept.
they have one shared folder in server called "Project"
now the project dept head wants sharing of folder like this.
he want his self and his secertary full access on the folder. that i done already and also he want sharing permission in 3 levels.
like first and second folder users can read & write, edit files, but cannot delete and in 3 folder he need all users full access.
can any one help me with descriptoin. will really appricate.
regards
Kashan Memon

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#1
January 26, 2010 at 16:08:57
how have you got user set up, do they log into the server using an "active directory", or are they all set up to login indivudually?

If you used an active directory, you could create groups of users that have specific read/write attributes to a file/folder


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#2
January 26, 2010 at 21:50:13
they are login trough active directory.
please tell me how ?

thanks


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#3
January 26, 2010 at 23:40:21
Create a new user group and call it something appropriate, for example 'Project users'. Add the users that should have all but delete permissions to the group, then on the folder go into properties > security and add the group. After that set all the corresponding permissions and you're done. For the other folders, set the permissions individually.

Depending on the folder structure, you might need to block inheritance. There's a tick-box for that in the folder properties.


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#4
January 27, 2010 at 07:08:42
this solution can't help me.
please describe clear.
thanks for your efforts brother

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#5
January 28, 2010 at 01:13:48
you have to set share permission on main share folder as everyone full control(always less rights will be effective on network between share and NTFS permissions) and NTFS permission as needed.
Exp. add your head's user and his secr. and check full control. and then add user X and check read+write+modify(this user could not delete the file/folder).and User Y and check Read for readonly.

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