Share Permissions

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Shared folders
User Permissions
Windows 2000 Server
I am trying to configure a share do that the <Domain>Everyone group has read access to enable using a file resident in the share, however I do not want anyone other than those authorised to be able to browse the shared folder and see any other content within the share. So to summarise: <Domain>Everyone --> Read the file, but not browse the share folder it is in or modify files. <Domain>Designated authorised user --> Browse the share folder and modify at will.

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Share permissions are limited. You need to use a combination of share and NTFS permissions to accomplish this. To simplify things, grant everyone full control to the file share, then grant everyone execute permission on the folder and read access to the file; grant the authorized users modify permission to the folder. This may require slight modification based on testing.

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