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Change the User Access Permissions on a Shared Folder by SID

Updated: October 9, 2012

Applies To: Windows Server 2012 Essentials

Modifies the access permissions of a user on a shared folder by specifying a security identifier.

URI Template

POST services/builtin/StorageManagement.svc/serverfolder/{id}/modify/usersid/{userSid}/permission/{permission}?name={name}&description={description}

{id}
The identifier of the shared folder.

{userSid}
The security identifier (SID) of a user.

{permission}
The permission level. Use one of the following values:

 

Enumeration Value Name Value Meaning

None

0

No access.

ReadOnly

1

Read-only access.

Full

2

Read/write access.

Other

3

Unknown or unspecified access.

{name}
The name of the shared folder.

{description}
A description for the shared folder.

Sample Request

POST https://www.contoso.com/services/builtin/StorageManagement.svc/serverfolder/51760c8b-7024-4c8e-a78f-d7b05615273b/modify/usersid/S-1-5-21-2262141087-2005479377-3694225243-1117/permission/1?name=folder1&description=desc HTTP/1.1
Content-Type: application/xml
Accept: application/xml
Cookie: ASP.NET_SessionId=********************
Canary: *********************
Host: domainname
Content-Length: 0

Sample Response

HTTP/1.1 200 OK

Error Codes

 

Error Code Error Message

400

One or more parameters are not valid.

401

Access is denied to the requested resource.

404

The path does not exist.

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