How do you determine permissions?

Which of the following is NOT true when determining NTFS vs. Share permissions?

A) The most permissive setting wins

B) Share permissions only apply to connections over the network

C) NTFS permissions apply to both local and network connections.

D) Permissions are inherited from the parent object, unless the resource is moved to a different folder in the same volume

E) NTFS has strong middle-order batting this year, but Share’s offspinner bowled well in the latest Test.

The answer: A) The most permissive setting wins

When calculating permissions, the most restrictive setting always wins.

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The Windows operating system includes a number of security features to secure users, files, and other content. In this video, you’ll learn about local users and groups, UAC, NTFS vs. share permissions, and much more.