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Allows the user to list the contents of a folder, view file attributes, read permissions, and synchronize files. This is the most basic permission of all. Allows the user to create files, write data, read attributes and permissions, and synchronize files.
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Permission
Read
Write Special Permissions
If this permission is selected, the assigned permissions don t match any of the built-in templates shown here. Click the Advanced button to see details.
Note When the Read & Execute permission is applied to a folder, this permission is inherited by all files and subfolders within the folder. The List Folder Contents permission, on the other hand, though functionally identical, is inherited by subfolders but not by files within the folder or subfolders. For details about inherited permissions, see Applying Permissions to Subfolders Through Inheritance, page 270. To set permissions for a group or user who isn t listed in the Group Or User Names box, follow these steps:
1 Open the properties dialog box for the file or folder, and click the Security tab. 2 Click Add. 3 Type the name in the Select User Or Group dialog box shown here; when entering multiple names, separate them with semicolons. (Note that you must type the user name, which may be different from the full name that appears on the Welcome screen.)
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4 Click Check Names to confirm that you entered the names correctly. 5 Click OK to return to the Security tab and set permissions for the newly added user(s).
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Entering Group and User Names On a standalone computer or on a computer that is part of a workgroup and is not joined to a Windows domain, the list of available group and user names is drawn only from the account database on the local computer that is, the computer at which you re logged on. If your machine is a domain member, you can click the Locations button and choose whether you want to specify permissions based on users of the local computer or those in the domain s directory. If you re entering names of users on a Windows domain, enter a portion of the name and then click the Check Names button. Unfortunately, you can t use the same shortcut to select users and groups defined in the local computer s account database; instead, you have to enter the user s name in full, and if you re off by even a single letter you ll get an error message. (Windows will, however, fill in the computer or domain name for you automatically.) To see a list of available local users and groups, click the Advanced button, and then click Find Now. The resulting list includes all user accounts, groups, and special accounts on the local computer.
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When adding or removing permissions, follow these basic principles:
Start from the top and work down.
By default, permissions you set on a folder apply to all files and subfolders within that folder. (For more details, see Applying Permissions to Subfolders Through Inheritance, page 270.) Managing file access is much easier when you have a consistent set of permissions for all files in a location, with exceptions only where needed. If shared data is scattered over multiple drives and folders, it s too easy to inadvertently let permissions get out of sync. Try to consolidate shared data files into a single group of folders. When data is all in one place, you ll find it easier to manage permissions and make proper backups. This is especially important in a small business setting. Take advantage of the built-in Administrators, Power Users, and Users groups for basic permissions. If you need to define custom permissions so that several users can access files stored in multiple folders, use group-based permissions to simplify the process. Create a new local group and add the users who need access to the files in question. (For details, see Using the Local Users and Groups Snap-In, page 233.) Open the properties dialog box for the first folder, click the Security tab, add the newly created group, and grant the appropriate permissions to that group. Repeat this process for each additional folder. Later, when one member of the group leaves and another
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