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Helo everyone,

Image a website on server 'A' using windows authentication.
A user 'Bart' has access to the website and also full access (read, write, delete, execute) on a folder located on server 'B' (\\B\data for example). Will Bart be able to upload files to that folder thru the website without having to grant 'Network Service' access to that folder?

Best regards

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Last Post by Ramesh S
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If you have enabled impersonation and the users of the application has read/write access to the file upload folder(\B\data ) then you don't need to grant 'Network Service' access to that folder.

Did you get any error while uploading files?

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It was just a theoretical question, but doesn't impersonation require 1 account to impersonate or will setting it to true work for all users then with each thier own folder and privileges?

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1. Impersonation will not require any account. It is optional.

2. setting it to true work for all users then with each thier own folder and privileges. This is true.
3. If you set any account, then the application uses the privileges of that account to access the folder.

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