How do you assign a single user (or a couple users) to a shared subfolder but restrict it for others?
My company and I are running into an issue with how our current file share environment was setup but instead of trying to fix the problems, we're going to rebuild the system on a new platform. This time we want to do it right from the ground up.
However, the problem we're running into is how to get away from assigning a single user permissions to access the folder. My understanding is that you assign a user to a (security) group and then add that group to the NTFS permissions. However, we have a number of folders where we need to give a specific user access to the folder, but not the users in that group.
My apologies if I'm not explaining it clearly. I'll try to clarify as best I can in responses.