With the Grant Full Access setting, the user account is authorized to perform any operation on the folder and its contents except for making changes to permission settings. With the Grant Change Access setting, the user account is authorized to view and modify the contents of the folder.
Figure 60: Home share management
When you configure the policy to create home shares, you can specify the prefix and suffix for the home share names.
Specifying a prefix and suffix allows you to establish a naming convention for home shares. Suppose you want home shares to be displayed at the top of the list of shares. To do so, you can use an underscore as the prefix. You may also assign a suffix to distinguish home shares created by the policy. For example, to distinguish the home shares of users from the Sales department, you could use the suffix _s. Then, when you create a user account with the pre-Windows 2000 logon name set to JohnB, the policy will map the user’s home folder to the selected drive and specify \\Server\_JohnB_s as the path to the home folder. The policy will also create the share _JohnB_s that points to the folder \\Server\Home\JohnB.
You can also limit the number of users that can connect to the share at one time. Click Maximum allowed or Allow this number of users. With the latter option, specify a number in the box next to the option.