Nope everything is ok... group is a security group and its a single SBS
box...tried logging in again no go.
> If I understand correctly what you are doing, it sounds OK to me. 2000
> behaves just like NT4.0 in this regard. A few checks:
> 1. Check that the group is a security group, not a distribution group.
> 2. If you have several servers, it may take a little while for AD to
> replicate changes over to other DCs. Wait 10 Mins and try again.
> 3. Try logging the user off and on again after adding them to the group.
> Mal Osborne
> MCSE MVP Mensa
> > To restrict access to "Folderb" in SBS I created a new global security
> > "testaccess" inserting the relevant members.
> > On share permissionsof "Folderb" I left full access to to everyone. On
> > security ACL I removed "everyone" and granted "testaccess" full
> > Members within testaccess cannot access to "Folderb" but can if I enter
> > individually to the acl rather than a group.
> > I have completed this countless times on NT... I
> > any help would be appreciated
> > Charlie