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Spend long enough working with Windows and you may become familiar with NTFS permissions. As an operating system intended to handle multiple users, Windows maintains records that describe which user owns each file and folder and how much access each user has to those files and folders. These records are kept on the same volumes as those files and folders. Unfortunately, in the course of moving or copying folders and files around, Windows may fail to properly update these settings for a variety of reasons (e.g. bugs, bit errors, power interruptions, failing hardware). This can mean files a
If I create a pool and share it at the top level and then have folders underneath that top level share will the different NTFS permissions on each subfolder and file be enforced? This is to be used in a domain environment where flexible security is very important. Some other solutions only enforce the top level NTFS and share permissions on all subfolders and files and ignore any subsequent NTFS permissions. Thanks.