netlogon shares

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In our domain the subfolders under netlogon share has full permission for authenticated users, folder such as scripts and its subfolder. I wanted to know why these folders has full permission & what if I change the full permission?

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If users did not have proper permissions to the netlogon folder, then login scripts would not execute, for instance.

I found this info as well.

My personal recommendation: I would leave those permissions (which the system set on its own) alone.

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  • IceCubbe
    Koohiisan got it spot on
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Use group policy preference to set the permissions. The permissions for the netlogon shares might be, administrator has full control, authenticated user has read / read & execute, list folder and on system is full control.....
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  • Koohiisan
    @Rechil Use group policy preference to set the permissions. Huh? These permissions are set up by the system, and really should not need to be 'tweaked' by anyone. Forget what they might be and just leave them be! I would not suggest for anyone to play around with something like this that could potentially break every user in your domain if you get it wrong. Beware...!
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