W2K Server Security Template
Date: 21 Jan 2005 07:22:24 -0800
I'm having problems with my attempt at using a security template. I
want to replace the existing permissions on a folder. I'm trying to
specify that members of Administrators, Creator Owner, and System
should have access to a folder. Here is the string I'm using:
After applying the template, if I select the properties of that folder,
I see 4 groups listed... Administrators, Authenticated Users, Creator
Owner, and SYSTEM. How did Authenticated Users sneak in there? I only
want the three groups specified in string... Authenticated Users is not
a group I want to have access to that folder!
Thanks for your time!
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