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Windows 7: About special permission

27 Nov 2013   #1
zhshqzyc

Windows 7 Home Prremium 64bit
 
 
About special permission

I access a linux in my windows explorer by type a network url. It shows as below.


The permission is under "Special permissions" category. I have no idea about "Special permissions". I can copy and paste files to this place. So what is meant by the term "Special permissions" here?


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27 Nov 2013   #2
TanyaC

Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon | Win 7 Ult x64
 
 

This site might help you to understand the special permissions..

2. Special PermissionsEach basic permission is actually a set of special permissions. Because of this, whenever you allow or deny a basic permission, Windows 7 works behind the scenes to manage the related special permissions for you. Table 2 lists the special permissions related to each basic permission.


Source: Controlling Access to Your Data (part 2) - Special Permissions - Windows 7 - allcomputers.us


And this Technet Article might also give ou mire insight...


Permissions for files and folders: User Rights; Security Policy; Security Services



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