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You ll be given the option to copy existing permissions to the object or to remove all inherited permissions. The object will no longer inherit permissions from the parent object and you can change permissions or remove users and groups from the Permissions list.
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You can also change inherited permissions by changing the permissions of the parent folder or by explicitly selecting the opposite permission Allow or Deny to override the inherited permission.
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Sharing a folder is an easy process in Windows SBS because, as usual, there s a wizard to guide you. Start by opening the Windows SBS Console and then clicking Shared Folders And Web Sites. In the Tasks pane, click Add A New Shared Folder and follow these steps:
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Enter the location for the shared folder as shown in Figure 10-2. If you don t know the exact address, click the Browse button. When the location is speci ed, click Next.
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In the lower potion of the dialog box is a button labeled Provision Storage, and
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though this sounds like a place to store your grain for the coming winter, it is in fact a link to set up storage for the shared folder. Unless you have a Storage Area Network (SAN), you can safely disregard it. If you do have a SAN, click the button to specify a storage subsystem.
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Adding a Shared Folder
FIGURE 10-2 Specifying the location for a new shared folder
On the NTFS Permissions page, you can accept the NTFS permissions or change them. If you decide to change the permissions, rst read the section titled NTFS Permissions. Click Next. On the Share Protocols page (Figure 10-3), choose the protocol that users will use to access the share. Unless you have NFS installed on the computer, the default is SMB (Server Message Block), a native-to-Windows protocol used for shares since Windows NT. Click Next.
FIGURE 10-3 Specifying a protocol for the share
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On the SMB Settings page, you can view the User Limit, Access-Based Enumeration, and Of ine Settings for the folder. Click Advanced to change any of these. Click Next. On the SMB Permissions page (Figure 10-4), select the share permissions you want and then click Next.
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in this chapter.
FIGURE 10-4 Setting share (SMB) permissions
On the Quota Policy page, you can set a quota to limit the size of the shared folder. Click Next.
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On the File Screen Policy page, you can apply a le screen to limit the types of les the shared folder can contain. Choose a template from the drop-down list (as shown in Figure 10-5) and a summary of the le screen properties appears. Click Next.
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FIGURE 10-5 Configuring file screening for a shared folder
On the DFS Namespace Publishing page, you can choose to publish the share to a DFS namespace. (Using and creating a DFS namespace is described in 12.) Click Next. On the Review Settings And Create Share page, review the settings. Click Previous to change settings. If the settings are correct, click Create. A Con rmation page opens verifying the creation of the share.
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Removing a Shared Folder
To stop sharing a folder, open the Windows SBS Console and follow these steps:
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Click Shared Folders And Web Sites. Select the folder you want to stop sharing. In the Tasks pane, click Stop Sharing This Folder. A warning appears pointing out that if you stop sharing the folder, users will no longer be able to access it over the network. Click Yes to con rm.
If you remove a share when someone is connected to the folder, it will
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cause a forced disconnect, which could produce a loss of data. Even if data is not lost, an unexpected and forced disconnect will surely produce user annoyance.
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Changing Share Permissions
Changing the permissions on a shared folder is easily done. Open Windows SBS Console, select Shared Folders And Web Sites, and then follow these steps:
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Select the share. In the Tasks pane, click Change Folder Permissions. To change the permissions for a user or group listed, highlight the name as shown in Figure 10-6 and make the changes in the Permissions area.
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