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Windows Server 2008 R2 Thread, Folder Permissions in Technical; Originally Posted by danboid Thanks very much for all your help Chris! The folders are setup correctly now and students ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by danboid View Post
    Thanks very much for all your help Chris! The folders are setup correctly now and students can only view and access their own as intended- phew!

    As for my previous prob with CO seemingly not having full control, I just wasn't digging deep enough it seems. When I got 5 or so levels deep into the NTFS permissions labyrinthe then I saw that it was setup as desired.
    Great to hear! Glad you got it sorted.

    Quote Originally Posted by danboid View Post
    There's something odd with those png's you posted though- I can view them fine under Chromium (better if opened in a new tab) but they don't show under FF or most image viewing apps.
    Weird! I just used the in-line image uploader that's part of the forums...

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    Hi,
    If your user folders are the same spelling as the usernames you can use this batch file (drop it into the same folder where all the user folders are eg e:\users\students or e:\users\students\intake-year)

    Code:
    @echo off
    for /f "delims=" %%a in ('dir *.* /b /a:d') do (
    cacls %%a /E /T /G %%a:F )
    This will give the user '07testuser' full access, sub-folders/files too, to folder '07testuser'.

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