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NTFS permission

Hi
I'm trying to assign permission for users in a specific group where they will be able to see folder and file names without being able to open them.
I'v used list folder content but this doesn't show file names.
Thanks

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Hi @manox-4723,

Permission "List folder contents" is enough to list the file names.

Doesn't it show any files?

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NTFS permissions are used to manage access to the files and folders that are stored in NTFS file systems.

To see what kind of permissions you will be extending when you share a file or folder:

Right click on the file/folder
Go to “Properties”
Click on the “Security” tab
All then you’ll navigate this window:
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Besides Full Control, Change, and Read that can be set for groups or individually, NTFS offer a few more permission options:

Full control: Allows users to read, write, change, and delete files and subfolders. In addition, users can change permissions settings for all files and subdirectories.
Modify: Allows users to read and write of files and subfolders; also allows deletion of the folder.
Read & execute: Allows users to view and run executable files, including scripts.
List folder contents: Permits viewing and listing of files and subfolders as well as executing of files; inherited by folders only.
Read: Allows users to view the folder and subfolder contents.
Write: Allows users to add files and subfolders, allows you to write to a file.
If you’ve ever involved in permissions management within your organization, you’ll eventually encounter ‘broken’ permissions. Rest assured, they’re repairable.

Share Permissions
When you share a folder and want to set the permissions for that folder – that’s a share. Essentially, share permissions determine the type of access others have to the shared folder across the network.

To see what kind of permissions you will be extending when you share a folder:

Right click on the folder
Go to “Properties”
Click on the “Sharing” tab
Click on “Advanced Sharing…”
Click on “Permissions”
And you’ll navigate to this window:
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There are three types of share permissions: Full Control, Change, and Read.

Full Control: Enables users to “read,” “change,” as well as edit permissions and take ownership of files.
Change: Change means that user can read/execute/write/delete folders/files within share.
Read: Read allows users to view the folder’s contents.


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Thanks
I'm assigning just NTFS permission and I want to allow users to see file names with the ability to open them.
So I've tried to use List folder content but this shows me just folder names.
Is there a way how to configure this ?

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VickyWang-MFST answered

Hi,
Thank you for posting in our forum
Best advice I can give you is assign them the permissions on the folder that you want them to have access deeper down the tree, then create a shortcut to that folder within the highest level that the user would have access to. That way they are going directly to the path that they do have access to and it bypasses them having to navigate through the other folders that you don't want them to have access to / view the files within.
Hope this information can help you
Best wishes
Vicky

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Hi,
 
Just want to confirm the current situations.
 
Please feel free to let us know if you need further assistance.
 
Best Regards,
Vicky 

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VickyWang-MFST answered CharoonroteVipatavit-7920 edited

Hi,
 
Just checking in to see if the information provided was helpful. Please let us know if you would like further assistance.
 
Best Regards,
Vicky

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I need to set my shared folder too
But when I assign permission user can't see their file
Need user can crate , view folder content but can't open file to see content
But after assign permission user can't see any file in folder.
Can you explain what happened?
Best Regards

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