Change NTFS Permissions On A Shared Directory


You'll first need to click on "Advanced" in the security tab and then click "Change Permissions".


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Now at this point you have to uncheck "Include inheritable permissions . . . " to avoid the permissions flowing down from the parent folder. You want to click "Add" when you get the dialog below so that the inherited permissions (you can't change) are simply copied as explicit permissions (you can change):


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Now your inherited permissions have become explicit permissions (which you can modify). Select the account in question again and click "Edit". Now you can change permissions in any way necessary. When you are finished, click "OK".


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