Permission problem in Windows 2k3

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Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Shared folders
User Permissions
Windows Server Permissions
Good afternoon all, I've got a Windows 2003 server this machine is the DC and I need a certain user to access a shared folder and to add material to that folder, I gave him permissions for modify and all that but when he pastes something there the server all gives him a "no permission" message, the folder is NETLOGON and the user is not an Admin in the network. Can anyone help? Thanks in advance. Best regards!

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Have you checked both sharing and NTFS permissions ?

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Typically you give full permissions at the share permissions level and then grant restricted permissions on the NT security tab. Here is a <a href=”http://www.tech-faq.com/shared-folder-permissions.shtml”>detailed instruction</a> page for you.
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  • Annubis
    Yes make sure that you have given the user permissions in the share tab as well as the NTFS Security. I like to grant Everyone full access in the sharing permissions and then lock it down in the NTFS Security permissions. I think this makes things easier and just as secure and less room to make mistakes.
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  • Dwiebesick
    My question- is this the real NETLOGON folder? If so, what material is this individual adding? This folder gets replicated to all DCs and should only be modified by the network admin. SO, is he adding stuff like logon scripts or other data? It is your network, but I get nervious when I see questions like this which should be a basic administrative procedure. If you are sure what you are doing, then the answers from Carlosdl and Colin Smith are right on. I also do what Colin does regarding granting Everone full SHARE permission and use NTFS Security permissions for restrictions.
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