Re: Locking down file permissions
I'd remove users that I don't want to make a new folder in C:. I did it on
C: and now I still do not have any problems, and you should not have a
problem either. Simply restrict the users' access, or delete them from the
P. Di Stolfo
"MitchW" <MitchW@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> I need to lock down a Vista system so that user data is only stored in
> either c:\users (their profile directory) or c:\temp. I don't want users
> creating folders in c:\ or in some other location. I am concerned about
> removing Authenticated Users from C:\, as I am not sure what it may break.
> Any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated?