Re: A simple one, I know...but humour me - simple security question

From: Jeff Cochran (jcochran.nospam@naplesgov.com)
Date: 01/15/03


From: jcochran.nospam@naplesgov.com (Jeff Cochran)
Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 19:33:08 GMT

On 15 Jan 2003 07:52:56 -0800, ronhashjr@yahoo.com (newguy) wrote:

>jcochran.nospam@naplesgov.com (Jeff Cochran) wrote in message news:<3e245aad.1219264489@news.easynews.com>...
>> >someone excatly explain the difference between the Sharing
>> >"permissions" tab, and the "security" tab?
>>
>> Cramsession has a tech article on it:
>>
>> http://infocenter.cramsession.com/techlibrary/GetHtml.asp?ID=1407&GetDes=&CatID=340
>>
>> You may need to set up an account to view it. There's also:
>>
>> http://www.boyce.ws/Tips/tipcontent.asp?ID=337
>> http://www.nj.devry.edu/~tkist/Security.pdf
>> http://www.techtutorials.com/tutorials/nt/ntfs_share.shtml
>>
>>
>> The best analogy I've seen is an office building. The front door is
>> the share, and you hand keys to whomever needs them. The offices each
>> have NTFS permissions, and you hand out keys to them as well. Someone
>> with the front door key and the office door key can get into the
>> office. Front door key and no office key gets into the lobby only.
>> Office key and no front door key is left outside. But...
>>
>> Someone who walks in the unlocked side door and has a key to the
>> office can get in, even without the front door, or share, permissions.
>>
>> Jeff
>
>
>I would just make your changes at the security level since it pretty
>much overides everything.

You may also wish to review some of the tutorials... :)

Jeff