Win2000 Security issues

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Im setting up a Network for a small buissness and now they want a add costumer users, Ive added the users and there settings but when i logged on one of them to test it out they could see the entire hard drive and full access to the contral panel
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costumer users? Users who dress people up?
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V.Funny

You know what I Mean
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No, I don't... do you mean "custom"? "customers"?
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people who come in your shop and buy things Customers i think its spelt.

I should really use spell checkers shouldnt I
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Go to the security tab on properties on the C: drive itself. Go to advanced. Add the users you want. Check the box that says "Reset permissions on all child objects and enable propogation of inheritable permissions. Click OK. Left click Each user you've added to highlight the user object. Change Allow to Deny for everything for each user.

Go to the folder you want to allow access to. Go to the security tab in properties. Click advanced. Highlight each user and select edit. Make sure "Apply onto: this folder, subfolder and files" is selected from the permissions dropdown window. Check Apply or Deny for what you wish from the selections box. Check the box that says "apply these permissions to objects and/or containers within this container only." Repeat for each user.
Click OK for all open dialogs.

That should do what you want.

(It maybe easier to drop users into a "customer" group if you are giving group access and follow the same method for the group, however, if they will each have only their own specific folder, you'll have to do it individually).

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