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Access Based Folder Enumeration
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Andrew H
2005-08-17 09:35:56 UTC
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Does SBS SP1 support the Access Based Enumeration folder add-on for Server
2003 SP1? What about the Server Management wizards - do they understand
Access Based Enumeration?
Steve Foster [SBS MVP]
2005-08-18 00:47:01 UTC
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Post by Andrew H
Does SBS SP1 support the Access Based Enumeration folder add-on for Server
2003 SP1? What about the Server Management wizards - do they understand
Access Based Enumeration?
It works fine. The wizards will only be affected if the person running
them does not have the relevant access to the appropriate shares (in which
case, the wizards would fail just as if the share were missing).
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Brandy Nee [MSFT]
2005-08-18 03:58:04 UTC
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Hello Andrew,

Thank you for posting to the SBS Newsgroup.

Thanks a lot for Steve's experience sharing!

I understand that you want to know whether Windows Server 2003 Access-based
Enumeration works compatible with SBS 2K3 server. If I have misunderstood
your concern, please let me know.

I have performed a test and installed it on my testing machine, it works
fine. This is a new tool working on Windows Server 2003 SP1.

This feature allows users of Windows Server 2003-based file servers to list
only the files and folders to which they have access when browsing content
on the file server. This eliminates user confusion that can be caused when
users connect to a file server and encounter a large number of files and
folders that they cannot access.

Windows Server 2003 Access-based Enumeration
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=04a563d9-78d9-4342-
a485-b030ac442084&displaylang=en

Hope this information helps. If you need any assistance regard the SBS
server, please feel free to post back to this Newsgroup. I am glad to be
working with you again!

Best regards,

Brandy Nee

Microsoft CSS Online Newsgroup Support

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Does SBS SP1 support the Access Based Enumeration folder add-on for Server
2003 SP1? What about the Server Management wizards - do they understand
Access Based Enumeration?
Andrew H
2005-08-18 16:09:06 UTC
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I've installed the Access Based Enumeration (ABE) add-on to the server, and
I have two problems:

1. A user with no access to certain shares still can see them when
browsing the server from a workstation, even after turning on ABE on the
shares. As expected, he can't open the shares even though they are visible.
2. The SBS "Configure Shared Folders" wizard doesn't allow setting the
ABE options on existing or newly created shares. This isn't a big problem
since the option can still be set through Windows Explorer.
Post by Brandy Nee [MSFT]
Hello Andrew,
Thank you for posting to the SBS Newsgroup.
Thanks a lot for Steve's experience sharing!
I understand that you want to know whether Windows Server 2003
Access-based
Post by Brandy Nee [MSFT]
Enumeration works compatible with SBS 2K3 server. If I have misunderstood
your concern, please let me know.
I have performed a test and installed it on my testing machine, it works
fine. This is a new tool working on Windows Server 2003 SP1.
This feature allows users of Windows Server 2003-based file servers to list
only the files and folders to which they have access when browsing content
on the file server. This eliminates user confusion that can be caused when
users connect to a file server and encounter a large number of files and
folders that they cannot access.
Windows Server 2003 Access-based Enumeration
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=04a563d9-78d9-4342-
Post by Brandy Nee [MSFT]
a485-b030ac442084&displaylang=en
Hope this information helps. If you need any assistance regard the SBS
server, please feel free to post back to this Newsgroup. I am glad to be
working with you again!
Best regards,
Brandy Nee
Microsoft CSS Online Newsgroup Support
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2003 SP1? What about the Server Management wizards - do they understand
Access Based Enumeration?
Brandy Nee [MSFT]
2005-08-19 08:19:36 UTC
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Hello Andrew,

Thank you for posting back!

Please see my information for each of your questions:

1. I need to know what exact these shared folders are. Please list all the
problematic shared Folders' name.

For your information: If the Shared Folders are: Address, ClientApps,
Clients, faxclient, <servername>.log, netlogon, roamingprofiles, sysvol,
tsclient, tsweb, and users, then this is an expected behavior.

This is because all these shared folders contain the user personal settings
which used for when they logging into the domain computer. You can notice
that after you input the domain account, there is a box saying computer is
applying personal settings. For example, Group Policy, which stored in
Shared Folder SYSVOL.

2. Please explain in detail ""Configure Shared Folders" wizard". On my test
machine, I went to Server Management\Standard Management\Shares (Local). On
the right pane, I ran the Share a Folder Wizard and the Change Shared
Folder Properties wizard, there was no Access-based Enumeration option
either. The Access-based Enumeration function only listed in the shared
Folder's Properties.

Hope this information answers your questions. If anything is unclear,
please feel free to let me know. I am looking forward to your reply.

Best regards,

Brandy Nee

Microsoft CSS Online Newsgroup Support

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I've installed the Access Based Enumeration (ABE) add-on to the server, and
1. A user with no access to certain shares still can see them when
browsing the server from a workstation, even after turning on ABE on the
shares. As expected, he can't open the shares even though they are visible.
2. The SBS "Configure Shared Folders" wizard doesn't allow setting the
ABE options on existing or newly created shares. This isn't a big problem
since the option can still be set through Windows Explorer.
Post by Brandy Nee [MSFT]
Hello Andrew,
Thank you for posting to the SBS Newsgroup.
Thanks a lot for Steve's experience sharing!
I understand that you want to know whether Windows Server 2003
Access-based
Post by Brandy Nee [MSFT]
Enumeration works compatible with SBS 2K3 server. If I have misunderstood
your concern, please let me know.
I have performed a test and installed it on my testing machine, it works
fine. This is a new tool working on Windows Server 2003 SP1.
This feature allows users of Windows Server 2003-based file servers to
list
Post by Brandy Nee [MSFT]
only the files and folders to which they have access when browsing content
on the file server. This eliminates user confusion that can be caused when
users connect to a file server and encounter a large number of files and
folders that they cannot access.
Windows Server 2003 Access-based Enumeration
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=04a563d9-78d9-4342
-
Post by Brandy Nee [MSFT]
a485-b030ac442084&displaylang=en
Hope this information helps. If you need any assistance regard the SBS
server, please feel free to post back to this Newsgroup. I am glad to be
working with you again!
Best regards,
Brandy Nee
Microsoft CSS Online Newsgroup Support
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Server
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2003 SP1? What about the Server Management wizards - do they understand
Access Based Enumeration?
Andrew H
2005-08-19 10:44:40 UTC
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Hi Brandy

Replies inline.

Regards

Andrew
Post by Brandy Nee [MSFT]
1. I need to know what exact these shared folders are. Please list all the
problematic shared Folders' name.
For your information: If the Shared Folders are: Address, ClientApps,
Clients, faxclient, <servername>.log, netlogon, roamingprofiles, sysvol,
tsclient, tsweb, and users, then this is an expected behavior.
This is because all these shared folders contain the user personal settings
which used for when they logging into the domain computer. You can notice
that after you input the domain account, there is a box saying computer is
applying personal settings. For example, Group Policy, which stored in
Shared Folder SYSVOL.
Perhaps I'm confused here. I was under the impression that if a user had no
permissions on a share, he wouldn't be able to see the share when browsing
the server. With some experimentation, it looks like the user will see the
share regardless of his permissions, even if he can't open the share. If he
has permission to view the share, then ABE seems to hide the file and folder
objects *within* the share to which the user has been denied access based on
the Security property of the object.

I was hoping that the share itself would be invisible. For example, if a
share was called TOPSECRET and only specific users had permission to work
with it, I was hoping that all other users would not be even aware of the
existance of the TOPSECRET share. (I know that TOPSECRET$ would be
invisible to all browsers, but ABE seemed to offer selective visibility.)
Post by Brandy Nee [MSFT]
2. Please explain in detail ""Configure Shared Folders" wizard". On my test
machine, I went to Server Management\Standard Management\Shares (Local). On
the right pane, I ran the Share a Folder Wizard and the Change Shared
Folder Properties wizard, there was no Access-based Enumeration option
either. The Access-based Enumeration function only listed in the shared
Folder's Properties.
This was my experience too - the wizards aren't aware of the ABE option, ABE
has to be managed from Explorer.
Brandy Nee [MSFT]
2005-08-22 10:24:59 UTC
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Hello Andrew,

Thank you for posting back!

I understand that you want to make the shared folder TOPSECRET invisible
for users who do not have permissions. I assume that TOPSECRET is the top
level shared folder. ABE only works and can hide the subfolders/files
within top level share folder if user does not have permissions.

Hope this information answers your question. If anything is unclear, please
feel free to let me know. I am glad to be of assistance!

Best regards,

Brandy Nee

Microsoft CSS Online Newsgroup Support

Get Secure! - www.microsoft.com/security
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Hi Brandy
Replies inline.
Regards
Andrew
Post by Brandy Nee [MSFT]
1. I need to know what exact these shared folders are. Please list all the
problematic shared Folders' name.
For your information: If the Shared Folders are: Address, ClientApps,
Clients, faxclient, <servername>.log, netlogon, roamingprofiles, sysvol,
tsclient, tsweb, and users, then this is an expected behavior.
This is because all these shared folders contain the user personal settings
which used for when they logging into the domain computer. You can notice
that after you input the domain account, there is a box saying computer is
applying personal settings. For example, Group Policy, which stored in
Shared Folder SYSVOL.
Perhaps I'm confused here. I was under the impression that if a user had no
permissions on a share, he wouldn't be able to see the share when browsing
the server. With some experimentation, it looks like the user will see the
share regardless of his permissions, even if he can't open the share. If he
has permission to view the share, then ABE seems to hide the file and folder
objects *within* the share to which the user has been denied access based on
the Security property of the object.
I was hoping that the share itself would be invisible. For example, if a
share was called TOPSECRET and only specific users had permission to work
with it, I was hoping that all other users would not be even aware of the
existance of the TOPSECRET share. (I know that TOPSECRET$ would be
invisible to all browsers, but ABE seemed to offer selective visibility.)
Post by Brandy Nee [MSFT]
2. Please explain in detail ""Configure Shared Folders" wizard". On my test
machine, I went to Server Management\Standard Management\Shares (Local). On
the right pane, I ran the Share a Folder Wizard and the Change Shared
Folder Properties wizard, there was no Access-based Enumeration option
either. The Access-based Enumeration function only listed in the shared
Folder's Properties.
This was my experience too - the wizards aren't aware of the ABE option, ABE
has to be managed from Explorer.
Brandy Nee [MSFT]
2005-08-19 08:36:56 UTC
Permalink
Hello Andrew,

I found some additional information, please see the following document:

Windows Server 2003 Access-based Enumeration
http://download.microsoft.com/download/4/9/8/498EEEEF-97B0-450E-8E56-26105D4
B092E/Accessbasedenum.doc#_Toc101345516

Hope this information helps. If you have any questions or concerns on this
issue, please feel free to let me know. I am looking forward to your reply.

Best regards,

Brandy Nee

Microsoft CSS Online Newsgroup Support

Get Secure! - www.microsoft.com/security
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I've installed the Access Based Enumeration (ABE) add-on to the server, and
1. A user with no access to certain shares still can see them when
browsing the server from a workstation, even after turning on ABE on the
shares. As expected, he can't open the shares even though they are visible.
2. The SBS "Configure Shared Folders" wizard doesn't allow setting the
ABE options on existing or newly created shares. This isn't a big problem
since the option can still be set through Windows Explorer.
Post by Brandy Nee [MSFT]
Hello Andrew,
Thank you for posting to the SBS Newsgroup.
Thanks a lot for Steve's experience sharing!
I understand that you want to know whether Windows Server 2003
Access-based
Post by Brandy Nee [MSFT]
Enumeration works compatible with SBS 2K3 server. If I have misunderstood
your concern, please let me know.
I have performed a test and installed it on my testing machine, it works
fine. This is a new tool working on Windows Server 2003 SP1.
This feature allows users of Windows Server 2003-based file servers to
list
Post by Brandy Nee [MSFT]
only the files and folders to which they have access when browsing content
on the file server. This eliminates user confusion that can be caused when
users connect to a file server and encounter a large number of files and
folders that they cannot access.
Windows Server 2003 Access-based Enumeration
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=04a563d9-78d9-4342
-
Post by Brandy Nee [MSFT]
a485-b030ac442084&displaylang=en
Hope this information helps. If you need any assistance regard the SBS
server, please feel free to post back to this Newsgroup. I am glad to be
working with you again!
Best regards,
Brandy Nee
Microsoft CSS Online Newsgroup Support
Get Secure! - www.microsoft.com/security
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provide other information for your reference, we recommend you post
different incidents in different threads to keep the thread clean. In
doing
Post by Brandy Nee [MSFT]
so, it will ensure your issues are resolved in a timely manner.
For urgent issues, you may want to contact Microsoft CSS directly. Please
check http://support.microsoft.com for regional support phone numbers.
Any input or comments in this thread are highly appreciated.
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