Dumb question about permissions

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Mklangelo

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I keep seeing the following statement in my 290 studies. It is used almost constantly. Nobody has thought it important enough to explain what the heck it means, but they use it all the time.


"When determining the effective permissions on file or folder access accross or through a share..


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What does that mean?
 
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When you are accessing a network share you can have 2 types of permissions you have share permissions and then you have NTFS permissions. As opposed to accessing a file locally that only has NTFS possibly (and may not even have that).

the way that is written though it sounds strange but its just saying that "when you decide the best permissions on file and folder access that are on a network share"
 

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So "across" and "through" a share are just unessesarily difficult ways to say "on" a share.



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