1. Right-click on a folder and select Permissions on the context menu.
The Permissions dialog displays.
2. Under the Denied section, click the Add icon.
A new User/Group Denied section is displayed.
3. Select User or Group that will be given denied permission in the drop-down list.
4. Enter the user or group Name.
5. Select the denied permission level that will be granted to the user or group:
Prevent user or group to modify and create subfolders.
· WRITE + MODIFY
Prevent user or group to modify and write to the folder.
· READ + WRITE + MODIFY
Prevent user or group to modify and create subfolders, modify and write to the folder, as well as read the folder.
6. Click . The user or group is added under the Denied list.
Repeat until all of the users with denied access are added.
7. You can either:
· check the Apply Permissions to Subfolders box, or
This means the permissions that will be used on all of the subfolders will be fetched from the root folder.
The Apply Permissions to Subfolders check box is only enabled when there is an existing subfolder.
· leave the Apply Permissions to Subfolders box unchecked and modify the permission properties of the subfolders.
8. Click to save the changes.