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Posted on 2003-11-10
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what is the difference between :

Full controll       X
change             X
read                 X


if i remove the full controll , what are my restrictions ?


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Full control is just that it allows whoever is assigned full control to do any thing they want with the folder/files

read means that the users that are assigned this and only this can only read the contents of the folder/file

>>>if i remove the full controll , what are my restrictions ?

It depenps on what other permissions you assign or don't assign to the user.
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by:darth_wannabe
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removing Full control will mean that the user can not change the permissions.
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