Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
Next revision
Previous revision
sop:scan_to_folder [2016/12/23 01:38]
nullzilla
sop:scan_to_folder [2018/02/25 01:18] (current)
Line 4: Line 4:
   - Open Active Directory Users and Computers and under your domain create a new Organizational Unit called "​Service Accounts"​   - Open Active Directory Users and Computers and under your domain create a new Organizational Unit called "​Service Accounts"​
   - In the new OU create a new User for your device. For this example we'll use "​Copier"​.   - In the new OU create a new User for your device. For this example we'll use "​Copier"​.
-  - Under Users create a new Group called "File - Scan" and add the members/​groups you want to have access.+  - Under Users create a new Group called "Access to Scans Folder (M)" and add the members/​groups you want to have access. Using a name that describes the purpose and permissions makes life easier for everyone.
   - Make sure to use a password that is long/​complex and set it to not expire.   - Make sure to use a password that is long/​complex and set it to not expire.
   - Create a "​Scans"​ folder on the target computer.   - Create a "​Scans"​ folder on the target computer.
Line 14: Line 14:
   - Add > Select a principal > Type or find your device account (Copier) > OK   - Add > Select a principal > Type or find your device account (Copier) > OK
   - Check to allow Full control then uncheck "​Change permissions"​ and "Take ownership"​. (Windows 8/10: click "Show advanced permissions"​ to see them) > OK   - Check to allow Full control then uncheck "​Change permissions"​ and "Take ownership"​. (Windows 8/10: click "Show advanced permissions"​ to see them) > OK
-  - Add > Select a principal > Type or find your security group (File - Scan) > OK+  - Add > Select a principal > Type or find your security group (Access to Scans Folder (M)) > OK
   - Check to allow Full control then uncheck "​Change permissions"​ and "Take ownership"​. (Windows 8/10: click "Show advanced permissions"​ to see them) > OK   - Check to allow Full control then uncheck "​Change permissions"​ and "Take ownership"​. (Windows 8/10: click "Show advanced permissions"​ to see them) > OK
   - Check "​Replace all child object permission entries with inheritable permission entries from this object"​ > OK > OK. Done!   - Check "​Replace all child object permission entries with inheritable permission entries from this object"​ > OK > OK. Done!
  • Last modified: 2018/02/25 01:18
  • (external edit)