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    SBS2003 - permissions on moved Users folders?

    Hello.

    I've been setting up a small network for my son-in-law's new business. The server was pre-configured with a 12GB C: drive holding all the apps and data, and an empty 120GB D: drive. I moved all I could from C to D, including mailboxes and Shared User Folders.

    It's all working fine, but my four Power users are now able to look in each other's User folders. <img src=/S/crazy.gif border=0 alt=crazy width=15 height=15> How should I set permissions to prevent this?

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    Robin

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    Re: SBS2003 - permissions on moved Users folders?

    Hi Robin,
    Right click on the highest level folder for a user. Select Properties | Security. Click the Advanced button. Add the user(s) & permissions you wish to have for this folder. Don't remove Administrators or System. You Make sure that 'replace permission on all child objects....' is checked. Then click OK or apply. Repeat as needed.

    Joe
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    Re: SBS2003 - permissions on moved Users folders?

    Joe,
    thanks a million! All is now just right. <img src=/S/clapping.gif border=0 alt=clapping width=19 height=23>

    Robin

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    Re: SBS2003 - permissions on moved Users folders?

    Robin,

    You're welcome. Glad it worked out.

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