User group in windows groups users so it is then easier to grant permissions to all users of a group at once. This works like: we have a group "A_GROUP1" which contains users "USR1,USR2,USR3" then we select a folder "c:\temp" and goto 'Properties' of that folder and then select 'Security' tab and assign rights so after that each user of group "A_GROUP1" has this rights on "c:\temp" folder.
But is it in windows possible to grant rights to some group lets say "A_GROUP2" without specifying any target directory? E.g. specify that users of group "A_GROUP2" will have read and write access without explicitly specifying the folder. If it is possible how to do it?
It should be somehow possible, baceuse I read the following about IIS_IUSRS Group:
This built-in group has access to all the necessary file and system resources so that an account, when added to this group, can seamlessly act as an application pool identity.