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    hello everybody. I want to set up permissions for some terminal users,for example they can delete
    files only from desktop and spesific folder. what is easy way to do it?

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    Re: terminal user permissions

    You could do it with group policy by disabling access to everythin you dont want them to touch, and ntfs permissions for the files.
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      Re: terminal user permissions

      can you explain more detailly?

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      • #4
        Re: terminal user permissions

        Basically you use gpo's to manage your terminal servers.
        You have a set of default policies which allow you to hide the drives you specify, and/or disallow access altogether.

        You can even disable access to teh desktop, in which they cannot change, alter or modify the desktop.

        You can built in more levels of access by using NTFS permissions and/or policy filtering.

        Policy filtering demands decent knowledge of policies, how they work and how they are applied.
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