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Question:

How do I Deny Change without Denying Read on Windows File Share Permissions?

Details:

I have a Windows 2012 R2 server. I would like to create a file share that is read-only to a group when accessed from the network (via the file share) but writable when the members of the group are connected via Remote Desktop.

I thought I would be able to accomplish this by making the folder writable from file permissions but deny write using the share permissions.

I am unable to set 'Deny Change' without also being forced to 'Deny Read' in the share permissions dialog. (I don't want to deny read...)

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Local perms consist of only NTFS perms. Effective share perms are the union of the NTFS perms + the share perms. Just make the share perms read only.

ntfs perms share perms

  • I want other groups to have write access to the file share. By not having Full Control and/or Change allowed will this prevent other groups from writing to the share? – Matt Cofer Oct 8 '15 at 15:20
  • Then use share perms of Group1=Read, Group2=Write – Clayton Oct 8 '15 at 15:29

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