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Network Shared Drives Access

Network Shared Drives Access

Delete Access for Users⁄Groups

  1. Open Windows Explorer and select your shared drive.
    windows explorer shared drive
  2. Select the folder from which you will be deleting the user or group by right-clicking it, and then select ”Properties“.
    shared drive properties
  3. From the ”Properties“ window, select the ”Security“ tab and click “Edit”.
    shared drive security
  4. Select the name of the user⁄group you are removing and click ”Remove“, then click ”Apply“ when the button is enabled.
    delete user access
    delete group access
  5. If you have completed removing users⁄groups from the folder, click “OK”. If you are removing additional users⁄groups from this folder, return to step 1.

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