How to Properly Restrict Access to Folders on Windows Server?

It is recommended to restrict access to folders on the server for ordinary users. This is necessary for security reasons and so that files and directories are not deleted due to unintended actions.

On Windows Server operating systems, it is recommended to divide users into groups and assign access rights to each group.

To do this, first of all, it is necessary to design the directory structure in accordance with the organizational structure of the company. That is, a specific directory must correspond to each user group. If third-party organizations are involved in any design work, additional directories, user groups, and access rights are created for them.

Attention! Do not give standard users the right to change access rights to files and folders.