One of the file servers in the domain is a Windows 2000 Server computer named Ezonexamfiles.
Ezonexamfiles contains a shared folder named Accounting, which is used to store data for the company's accounts payable department.
The permissions on the Accounting folder are configured as shown in the following table.
Mr. King is an employee in the operations department. He uses a Windows 2000 Professional client computer. His manager requests that King be granted access to the files in the Accounting folder.
You add King's user account to the AcctPay domain local group, but he still cannot access the files in the Accounting folder.
You need to ensure that King can access the files. What should you do?