Setting Up Shared Folders
Administrators always have full access to all the logical drives of a Windows server. \\testserver\c$, for example, is drive C. However, we naturally want to also provide share accounts with different permissions.
A right-click on any directory opens the shortcut menu in which we select [Sharing and security]. First, a share name is chosen here for the directory. If you don't set any permissions, then all users have read access. However, we also want to be able to write.
We added the user Patrick and gave him write as well as read permission. The rights assigned here, however, only refer to network shares. If a user who is locally logged in should also be able to change files, then the permissions in the index card [Security] must be accurately specified.