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From: Peter Odigie <peterquid () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2013 20:27:44 +0100

Hi All!

I will like to get your suggestions.

I have been asked to set up a file server on a windows OS not using
any active directory stuff. Just a simple file sharing stuff in which:

Person A will be the only one to put a file into Folder A but will
also be able to get files from Folder B & C. And the same will hold
for person B and person C - a folder can only be edited by a
particular person/group but all can access and get files from it.

My question is how will one implement this securely, making sure
person B cannot edit files in folder A for example.

I am open to commercial, opensource & windows-native implementations.

Thanks!

Peter

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