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Allow an user to create shaes on a server

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Anonymous
July 5, 2005 2:26:05 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.group_policy (More info?)

Hi,

I need to allow an user to create shared folder on a server through the
Group Policy. the server is a domain controller and just this one that is why
i can't put the account in an "admin" group.

Thanks for your help!!

Ebk
Anonymous
July 5, 2005 9:36:18 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.group_policy (More info?)

"" wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I need to allow an user to create shared folder on a server
> through the
> Group Policy. the server is a domain controller and just this
> one that is why
> i can't put the account in an "admin" group.
>
> Thanks for your help!!
>
> Ebk

The following should help you...
* Share creation restrictions. Access to share operations such as
creating a share, changing share information, and deleting a share,
are controlled by security descriptors. On a server, administrators
can decide who can/cannot perform certain share operations. For
example, on a file server, administrators should be able to delegate
or remove Power Users to create file shares. The ability to
create/delete shares is controlled by a ACE in the security
descriptor, where Power Users can be added/removed from the security
descriptor to allow or deny the ability.
The security descriptors are stored in the registry by SRV service,
under
LanManServer\DefaultSecurity, as following: . SrvsvcShareFileInfo,
REG_BINARY: Permission to control access on file share operation.

. SrvsvcSharePrintInfo, REG_BINARY: Permission to control access
on
print share operation.

. SrvsvcShareAdminInfo, REG_BINARY

Cheers,

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Anonymous
July 6, 2005 4:05:03 PM

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"Jorge_de_Almeida_Pinto" wrote:

> "" wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I need to allow an user to create shared folder on a server
> > through the
> > Group Policy. the server is a domain controller and just this
> > one that is why
> > i can't put the account in an "admin" group.
> >
> > Thanks for your help!!
> >
> > Ebk
>
> The following should help you...
> * Share creation restrictions. Access to share operations such as
> creating a share, changing share information, and deleting a share,
> are controlled by security descriptors. On a server, administrators
> can decide who can/cannot perform certain share operations. For
> example, on a file server, administrators should be able to delegate
> or remove Power Users to create file shares. The ability to
> create/delete shares is controlled by a ACE in the security
> descriptor, where Power Users can be added/removed from the security
> descriptor to allow or deny the ability.
> The security descriptors are stored in the registry by SRV service,
> under
> LanManServer\DefaultSecurity, as following: . SrvsvcShareFileInfo,
> REG_BINARY: Permission to control access on file share operation.
>
> . SrvsvcSharePrintInfo, REG_BINARY: Permission to control access
> on
> print share operation.
>
> . SrvsvcShareAdminInfo, REG_BINARY
>
> Cheers,
>

Thanks for your help!

unfortunately, i gave full control on the two registry keys and it doesnt
give the right to share folders?

thx

E
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