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    Redirected cookies permissions error?

    Hi All,
    I happily added an adm file to my Server 2008 domain group policies to redirect users favorites and cookies.
    I have pointed their faves to within the home drive e.g. h:\favorites and I did the same for cookies e.g. h:\cookies.
    My problem is that when the users log off they get an error along the lines of "You do not have permission to save cookies\index.dat"

    Can someone suggest where I might need to change permissions to fix this?

    Thanks

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    Redirected cokkies permissions error? Oo-err missus - leave my cokkies alone!

    I would imagine that the permissions should be set on the folder/share that H: maps to.

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    I would have though that too!

    Both the system and the students group have full access to the folder?

    Could it be permissions on the share?

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    Usually you do Full Control at share-level, and then set NTFS security at folder/filesystem level to lock it down as to who can do what.

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    Well I seem to be bucking the trend then.

    My system is set up with full in permissions and then limited in shares.

    Anyone think I need to swap this around?

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggiep View Post
    Well I seem to be bucking the trend then.

    My system is set up with full in permissions and then limited in shares.

    Anyone think I need to swap this around?
    I would think so yes. As webman says:

    Quote Originally Posted by webman View Post
    Usually you do Full Control at share-level, and then set NTFS security at folder/filesystem level to lock it down as to who can do what.

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