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difference between change & modify

Discussion in 'Windows Server 2003 / 2008 / 2012 Exams' started by jhon cena, Apr 5, 2011.

  1. jhon cena

    jhon cena Bit Poster

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    hi

    Change Share and Modify NTFS = Modify

    so why modify is most restrictive than change?

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    another question

    if user in 3 different groups with the following ntfs permissions

    group 1 = full control
    group 2 = read
    group 3 = modify

    so why we choose modify ?
     
  2. jhon cena

    jhon cena Bit Poster

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    any information will be useful:rolleyes:
     
  3. steve_p1981

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    if you choose modify, you can only open and edit the files. If you choose full control the user that has this entitlement can take ownership of the files and delete them if they decide to. They can't do this with the modify option.
     
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  4. Apexes

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    posts like that aren't going to get you much help in the future
     
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  5. jhon cena

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    thanks steve_p1981

    but i talk about difference between change & modify

    so why modify is most restrictive than change?

    and thanks Apexes for your advise:)
     
  6. dales

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    AFAIK its not, different name same meaning. Different only in that the share obviously only applys when its navigated through the network and not by being logged on locally to the machine that has for share (\\Puter\share for example) and navigating to c:\share
     
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  8. rebooting

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    it might be more helpful to think of modify as relating to FILE/FOLDER permissions and change as relating to SHARE permissions.

    They can become interchangeable as permissions combine through changes in configuration.
     
    Last edited: May 19, 2011
  9. NZ Kris

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    to answer you second question, where the user is in 3 groups all with different ntfs permissions...

    NTFS permission are cumulative so in this scenario the user would get full control.
    further to this share permissions are also cumulative.

    The most restictive permission policy is refering to the difference between share permissions and ntfs permissions, in the case that you are full access share but restricted in any way ntfs, then the most restrictive setting prevails.
     
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