Create a protected file server directory

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Create a protected file server directory

Background / Value

Managers and team leads can use 8MAN quickly and easily to create protected file server directories. This is done by creating a directory, removing all inheirited rights and then adding new access rights.  The result is a protected directory that only selected users have access to.

 

Step by step process

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1.Select "Resources".

2.Navigate to the desired folder.

3.Right-click on the desired object and select "Create directory" from the context menu.




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1.Name the directory.

2.Activate the option.

3.You must enter a comment.

4.Start the creation of a new directory.




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1.Navigate to the newly created directory.

2.Right-click on the directory and select "Modify access rights..." from the context menu.




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Remove all unnecessary access rights.










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1.Use the search field to find the desired users and groups.

2.Use drag & drop to move the desired accounts into the access rights columns.

3.Start the process.




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8MAN lists all planned access right changes. In the following example "Sam Sales" receives "change" rights to a new protected directory.




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1.Click on the tab "All changes". You can then see all individual steps performed by the Group Wizard.

2.You must enter a comment.

3.Start the process.




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After the execution, 8MAN will show you the result.

1.New, automatically created groups.

2.Members of the new groups.