Active Directory - Domain groups - How to get the names and right of users contains in groups ???

Discussion in 'Server Security' started by Mathew, Apr 6, 2005.

  1. Mathew

    Mathew Guest

    Hello,

    I have some shared folders on a serveur.
    Some of the users of thoses folders are regrouped on Domain group names.

    For ex : CTD ( which contain users nana.john, daniel.mon, Chris.talloy
    etc...)

    How can I get (export) the users list form thoses groups ?
    I think i'm using Active directory stuff (I don't know the meaning) / and
    those groups are called Domains groups.

    If someone understand that, and can help me, it would be great !!!

    Cheers
    Mathew
     
    Mathew, Apr 6, 2005
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  2. Mathew

    Unicorn Guest

    you want to edit or review user right accesses?
    I can't understand what you want to do!
    but i provide you some advises:

    you can find user groups under "Active Directory Users and Computers" in
    "Administrative Tools" which placed into "control panel"
    (my computer>control panel>administrative tools>Active Directory Users and
    Computers) and you can edit groups if you have admin access.

    if your shared folders are on a NTFS drive you can set permission of each
    folder in security tab under folder properties (menu:
    File>Properties>Security tab)

    also you can set permission of shared folders in share permission (menu:
    file>properties>sharing tab > permissions botton)

    also you can set permission of groups and users in security policy which is
    placed in administrative tools (domain security pol / local security pol./
    domain controller security pol.)

    and another way is editing accesses in group policy which can run it from
    (Start > run > gpedit.msc)

    don't forget that domain security policy will overwrite on local security
    pol.

    if you wand delete someone from a group open that user in "Active Directory
    Users and Computers > users" and under "member of" tab delete each group
    that you want or open that group and under "members" tab delete each user
    that you want

    Do you have Active Directory? or your server is a local computer?!!!

    sorry i can't help you any more.
    describe your problem clearly to continue, please!

    Kind Regards,
    Farzad Hayati.
     
    Unicorn, Apr 14, 2005
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  3. Mathew

    Mathew Guest

    Thanks a lot for your answer.
    I could solve the problem.
    Matthieu
     
    Mathew, Apr 22, 2005
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