Re: Use "Effective Permissions" tab on Advanced to check them
Date: Fri, 11 Mar 2005 01:06:49 +0100
> If it's XP and you have "Simple File Sharing" turned off (or are using
> Mode), you can view the effective permissions on a file after taking
> inherited permissions and groups into account. Look for the "effective
> permissions" tab on the Advanced Security windows, and have it check a
> or group to determine what their permissions are on the file or folder.
That's the point, checking effective permissions for "user2" shows us that
the delete permission is turned _off_ and the user shouldn't be able to do
anything with the file let alone _delete_ it. Yet it can..please try this
for yourself. You won't even have to make a second user, just deny all
permissions to your own account and you will still able to delete it.
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