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bunkerjambe

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Hello there...

It may be a nice feature if i could set the access-rights of public folders to use the rights of the folder above (inherit rights).
Or is there such an feature?

We have a public folders with read/write-rights for about 10+ users. In this folder are 10+ subfolders.
New folders have the access-rights of the folder above...but if i add or remove someone to the access-list of the main-folder, then i have to add/remove the entry in every subfolder manually!

Is there another way to do it automatically?

Thank you...
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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bunkerjambe wrote on Wed, 08 July 2009 11:38


New folders have the access-rights of the folder above...but if i add or remove someone to the access-list of the main-folder, then i have to add/remove the entry in every subfolder manually!

Is there another way to do it automatically?

Thank you...


Instead of adding 10 users to each access list use one user group. This way you can easily add/remove access rights for users just by adding/removing the user from the group without the need to change sharing settings on any folder.
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bunkerjambe

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Yes, this is the workaround i'm using now...

But if i want to change the right of the group to read-only?
Then i have to change the rights of the group in all subfolders manually - or create 3 groups (ro, rw, admin) for all public main-folders...

Would be a nice new feature in future releases Wink

But thanks for your answer!
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mrralan

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It will do this if the access rights are set properly prior to adding the sub-folder.
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