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disable auto permision on home folders 2008 r2 - 19.Jun.2011 1:29:52 PM   
fredalavi

 

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Iím am running 2008 r2 terminal Server in a workgroup, I have created a Share, that is for multiple users home directory, doesnít matter how I set folder permission, the minute I touch the field in the user profile home folder and set a user with this common share the all permissions are removed automatically and this user permission is add to the share folder, now other user that have full rights to this folder are denied
I would like to disable the option that automatically set permission for home folders
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RE: disable auto permision on home folders 2008 r2 - 22.Jun.2011 9:51:24 AM   
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Thatís because you cannot have a common share and a user home folder at the same time! Can't you create a common share and the users' home folders under it? I am not sure if I have completely understood your situation :)

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RE: disable auto permision on home folders 2008 r2 - 7.Jul.2011 7:57:53 AM   
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RE: disable auto permision on home folders 2008 r2 - 3.Nov.2011 2:31:20 AM   
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I have one question though. Why do I ever may want to explicitly configure a 'Home Folder'? that's concidered to be a legacy feature which is still here for some compatibility or interoperability scenarios. (Just as network disks which are totally obsolete since we have no restrictions using UNC paths and even mounting them to 'My Network Places' [XP] or 'My Computer' [Vista]).

So if I'm working with a modern Windows-only environment, there's no need to create and specify 'Home Folders' for users. This entire functionality can be fully replaced by simply redirecting 'My Documents', which are better and more tightly integrated with Windows and Office. Correct?

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