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Figure 21-18. Copy over or remove the inherited permissions.
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Another way to manage permissions is to reset the permissions of subfolders and files within a folder, replacing their permissions with the current permissions assigned to the folder you are working with. In this way, subfolders and files get all inheritable permissions from the parent folder and all other explicitly defined permissions on the individual subfolders and files are removed. To reset permissions for subfolders and files of a folder, right-click the file or folder in Windows Explorer, and then select Properties. In the Security tab of the Properties dialog box, click Advanced to display the Advanced Security Settings dialog box shown previously in Figure 21-17. 710
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File Sharing and Security Select Replace Permission Entries On All Child Objects With Entries Shown Here, and click OK. As shown in Figure 21-19, you will see a prompt explaining that this action will remove all explicitly defined permissions and enable propagation of inheritable permissions. Click Yes.
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Figure 21-19. Confirm that you want to replace the existing permissions on subfolders and files.
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On NTFS volumes, you can assign access permissions to files and folders. These permissions grant or deny access to users and groups.
Basic Permissions
In Windows Explorer you can view basic permissions by right-clicking the file or folder you want to work with, selecting Properties on the shortcut menu, and then in the Properties dialog box selecting the Security tab, as shown in Figure 21-20. The Group Or User Names list shows groups and users with assigned permissions. If you select a group or user in this list, the applicable permissions are shown in the Permissions For list. If permissions are unavailable, it means the permissions are inherited from a parent folder as discussed previously.
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Figure 21-20. The Security tab shows the basic permissions assigned to each user or group.
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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Inside Out The basic permissions you can assign to folders and files are shown in Table 21-1 and Table 21-2. These permissions are made up of multiple special permissions.
Table 21-1.
Basic Folder Permissions
Description
This permission permits reading, writing, changing, and deleting files and subfolders. If a user has Full Control over a folder, she can delete files in the folder regardless of the permission on the files. This permission permits reading and writing of files and subfolders; allows deletion of the folder. This permission permits viewing and listing files and subfolders as well as executing files; inherited by folders only. This permission permits viewing and listing files and subfolders as well as executing files; inherited by files and folders. This permission permits adding files and subfolders. This permission permits viewing and listing files and subfolders.
Permission
Full Control
Modify List Folder Contents Read & Execute Write Read Table 21-2.
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Basic File Permissions
Description
This permission permits reading, writing, changing, and deleting the file. This permission permits reading and writing of the file; allows deletion of the file. This permission permits viewing and accessing the file s contents as well as executing the file. This permission permits writing to a file. Giving a user permission to write to a file but not to delete it doesn t prevent the user from deleting the file s contents. This permission permits viewing or accessing the file s contents. Read is the only permission needed to run scripts. Read access is required to access a shortcut and its target.
Permission
Full Control Modify Read & Execute Write
Read
You can set basic permissions for files and folders by following these steps:
1 In Windows Explorer, right-click the file or folder you want to work with, and select Properties. In the Properties dialog box select the Security tab, shown previously in Figure 21-20. 2 Users or groups that already have access to the file or folder are listed in the Name list box. You can change permissions for these users and groups by selecting the user or
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File Sharing and Security group you want to change and using the Permissions list box to grant or deny access permissions.
3 The Locations button allows you to access account names from other domains. Click Locations to see a list of the current domain, trusted domains, and other resources that you can access. Because of the transitive trusts in Windows Server 2003, you can usually access all the domains in the domain tree or forest. 4 Type the name of a user or group account in the selected or default domain, and then click Check Names. The options available depend on the number of matches found as follows: When a single match is found, the dialog box is automatically updated as appropriate and the entry is underlined. When no matches are found, you ve either entered an incorrect name part or you re working with an incorrect location. Modify the name and try again, or click Locations to select a new location. If multiple matches are found, select the name(s) you want to use, and then click OK. 5 To add additional users or groups, type a semicolon (;), and then repeat this process. 6 When you click OK, the users and groups are added to the Name list for the share. Configure access permissions for each user and group added by selecting an account name and then allowing or denying access permissions. If a user or group should be granted access permissions, select the permission in the Allow column. If a user or group should be denied access permissions, select the permission in the Deny column. 7 When you re finished, click OK.
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