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DSfW and Rights on Windows 2008

Hello NG

We installed DSfW and a Windows 2008 Terminal server. On this server is also
the NWClient configured.

Now i created a folder on the Windows 2008 Server and set permissions to the
"domain" user that was created with DSfW. I have the following strange issue

Permissions on this folder read/write

I open an existing file, make changes and save it. Then i get an error
message that i doesn't have right to write this dokument. --> OK
Then i choose "Save as" and i save this file with a different name to the
same folder where i should have only read/write rights. Now i have "Full"
rights on this file
Another strange thing is, that i can create subfolders with read/write
right.

Somebody can help me to solve this issue?

Thanks in advance
Ramon


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Re: DSfW and Rights on Windows 2008

* Ramon Lustrati (Mon, 07 Sep 2009 15:02:28 GMT)
> We installed DSfW and a Windows 2008 Terminal server. On this server
> is also the NWClient configured.
>
> Now i created a folder on the Windows 2008 Server and set permissions
> to the "domain" user that was created with DSfW. I have the following
> strange issue
>
> Permissions on this folder read/write
>
> I open an existing file, make changes and save it. Then i get an error
> message that i doesn't have right to write this dokument. --> OK Then
> i choose "Save as" and i save this file with a different name to the
> same folder where i should have only read/write rights. Now i have
> "Full" rights on this file
> Another strange thing is, that i can create subfolders with read/write
> right.
>
> Somebody can help me to solve this issue?


That has nothing to do with DSfW. NTFS permissions are really not Novell
specific. I suggest you ask your queston in a Microsoft group.

Thorsten
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