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Hi,

 

We have in place for one of our customers an RDS infrastructure with two Terminal Servers.

 

On our file server are stored the UPDs of all users.

 

We have a problem when we go into the properties of the VHDX files. Some VHDX doesn't display the user in the NTFS rights.

 

Do you know where this can come from?

 

Here are the rights we applied on the UDP folder.

 

Sharing permission :

 

RDSH1$ : Full Access
RDSH2$ : Full Access
Everyone : Read

 

NTFS permission :

 

RDSH1$ : Full Access
RDSH2$ : Full Access
Domain Users: Read & Execute / List Folder Content / Read
Administrators : Full Access

 

Thank's in advance.

 

Best regards.

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Best Response confirmed by Fred06 (Occasional Contributor)
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@Fred06 

Hello! You've posted your question in the Community Discussion space, which is intended for discussion around the Tech Community website itself, not product questions. I'm moving your question to the Windows Server space - please post Windows Server questions here in the future. 

 

(I'm assuming this is relevant to Windows Server based on your inclusion of RDS, but if I am incorrect, please let me know.)

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@Eric Starker 

Hi,

 

Thank you for your feedback,

 

I created the post in the right section.

 

Thanks to you.