|01 Nov 2012||#1|
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Local Security Policies vs NTFS Permissions
What exactly is the difference between Local Security Policies and NTFS permissions.
Scenario: I want to add a power user to my computer with the following do's and don'ts:
As I understand, NTFS permissions:
Enable you to set Modify, Execute, Read and Write permissions on files, folders and programs right...(since a program is just a file)
Local Security Policies:
Enables you to do specific things such as: Deny a user access to command prompt, or regedit. Allow a user to install programs but not drivers etc...
Or am I wrong here?
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