Well, actually, no guide. But, the idea was inspired by this guide: Lockdown by group using Local Computer Policy without Active Directory
That is why I figured I would come and ask all of you very helpful folks if I am doing the right thing. I know that after XP permissions had changed a bit. I know that IIS is installed and "works" because I can type my dyndns address and see my index of files. I just want to make sure that is all that everyone else can see/access.
With Patwhatsthat's information, I guess my approach is at least partially incorrect because I do not want to break inheritance from it's parent folder. That would be a nightmare or impossible to correct. So, is there an easier way to lock users into only accessing only one folder? I guess I am wanting to do the same thing that chroot does in Linux. I just thought this was the best way in Windows to get this accomplished.