I feel dense asking this, but I do not understand this section of the documentation:

When you configure a Net Folder, you must specifically assign users access rights within the Net Folder. Files within a Net Folder can be made available only to users who already have file system rights to the files and folders within the Net Folder.

After you assign users rights to the Net Folder, users are granted the same level of access rights that they currently have on the file system.

If you assign users access rights within the Net Folder and those users do not already have file system rights, they are not able to see files and folders within the Net Folder.
So does this mean I have to maintain two sets of permissions, 1 on the file system (OES/Linux) and 1 withing the Net Folder on Filr? Also, this sentence has my head spinning, "After you assign users rights to the Net Folder, users are granted the same level of access rights that they currently have on the file system."- after I grant them what? Is this saying that I just need to grant the "Access" right within the net folder in order for them to get the rights granted on the file system?

As of right now the only thing that appears for me when I login is my home folder but I cannot open anything- the files appear corrupt. In the case of a Word doc it has a "File I/O" error instead of the actual content of the file.

It looks cool though.