Creating a new user in Active Directory is a routine task for IT-administrators. However, often it is not the only requirement as the new user may also need permissions, access rights and a home directory. In this article, I will show you how to set up appropriate permissions for users with the help of PowerShell.
This article is about the NTFS permission Creator Owner. First you will find a short introduction into NTFS permissions and a description of the Creator Owner authorisation. Learn about the possible risks of changing the permissions of a user and how you can avoid them.
If you want to use AD groups to assign permissions for ressources, you usually do it this way: Bind permissions to local groups Nest global or universal groups into the local groups Add users to global groups But assigning authorizations like this can have unexpected results…
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