I've always used active directory user accounts prior to this, and setting permissions is pretty simple. We have a client who must be able to use key authentication, so I'm setting up a new host that will use user accounts created within the Serv-U app - since Serv-U is unable to do key authentication with active directory accounts.
Here is my challenge - I want the users home folder to be read-only, with two subfolders "Inbound" and "Outbound", and I want the users to have read/write access to the "Inbound" folder. So I have a user "Test" and it has a home folder F:\Sites\Test. And in Domain - Users - Domain Users, in the "Test" properties, "Directory Access" tab, I have %HOME% configured for read access (R-----L---I). Is there a way to add a second line to that, something like %HOME%\Inbound or F:\Sites\Test\Inbound (neither of those work) and set it to read/write, so I can have users logging in & able to write to an inbound folder and read-only to an outbound folder?
Hope someone can point me in the right direction here. I think beyond that I can knock the rest of this out.