Re: Permissions set to Administrators group but members can't acce
Thanks for the suggestion but in this case, only Administators have
permissions on the folders so the rights of another group would not be the
"P. Di Stolfo" wrote:
> is there another user group set for permissions on that folder, such as
> "Users"? If yes, it is possible that the Users permissions override the
> Administrators', since they're users, too.
> P. Di Stolfo
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> "ventech" <email@example.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> >I am setting up Vista Enterprise and have files and folders that any member
> > of the Administrators group needs access to when they login and want to
> > load
> > some as part of the logon script. The file/folder permissions are set to
> > Administrators but when members of that group login, only the user that
> > created the files has access unless they do a runas administrator. So the
> > files fail to load at logon.
> > If I create a group called something other than administrators and assign
> > that group to the files or folder, everything works as expected.
> > From my web searches on this problem, this appears to be a normal part of
> > UAC behavior, though I noticed in one posting there is a
> > HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Pol icies\system\LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy
> > registry key that changes the token filtering behavior when accessing from
> > the network.
> > Does anyone know of any registry or group policy settings to change UAC
> > behavior to allow any user of the Administrators group to access files
> > that
> > have their permissions set to Administrators? I really don't want to have
> > to
> > create and maintain an extra group if it can be avoided.