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Wed Jul 16, 2014 2:30 pm

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We are implementing an Active Directory environment at our school using Windows Server 2012 R2. We have mostly PCs, but a handful of Macs running Mavericks. We have successfully binded the Macs to the AD - and we can log into the machine using our AD username and password. Each person has their own shared drive that is set by permissions - user jdoe can only access the \\servername\jdoe shared folder. However, jdoe can see all the other shared folders - but cannot access them, which is a good thing. How do I hide the folders that the Mac user does not have permission to? I have enabled Access Based Enumeration (ABE) on the 2012 server. Windows 7 users are good to go, they cannot see the folders they don't have permission to, which is how I want it to be like on the Macs.


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