how to use the user account and the computers account to ...

Discussion in 'Server Security' started by æœåŠ¡ç”Ÿæ¶¯çš„怪问题, Mar 9, 2007.

  1. in windows 2000 (server) domain envirement
    can we let a folder can be accessd by a special account and a special
    computer?

    who can tell me if the computer account can be use to configure the folder's
    share permission and security permission?
     
    æœåŠ¡ç”Ÿæ¶¯çš„怪问题, Mar 9, 2007
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  2. Perhaps you should specify what you are hoping to accomplish.

    Computer accounts certainly can be used to grant access permission
    on shares and the underlying files/folders. However, such grants
    are only meaningful if the access to those is going to be done by
    a process running as Local System or as Network Service on the
    remote, domain joined machine that will be accessing the share
    storage. For example, we set permissions to startup and shutdown
    scripts so that these can be read by domain joined machines but
    cannot be read by users.
     
    Roger Abell [MVP], Mar 10, 2007
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