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Re: Restrict access to files

On Mon, 30 Jul 2012 18:46:01 +0000, susehoush wrote:

> Hi,
> system:
> a few sles10sp3+oes2sp3 holding edir
> +
> 2 dsfw servers
> +
> 1 clusteres nss-volume
> If our windows admin puts some of our staff in the "Domain Admins" group
> with DSFW/Windows Tools these users suddenly get access to ALL the files
> of all departments and all user drives after they login to their
> machines.

Right. That's Domain Services for Windows emulating how Windows domains

> These people should only be able to manage the servers in the domain but
> they should not see all the files. Is there any way to block this right?

Not really, no.

> (This is a very important legal issue in our company).

You may want to reconsider use of DSFW then. Or reconsider your
administrators and what they should and shouldn't be able to do.

David Gersic
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