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difference between shared permission and security windows 2003 server

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what's the difference?
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shared permissions control the accessibility of the share itself

Security is controlling a lot more granular the permissions to access and edit etc

rul of theumb - Share permissions = Everyone: Full Control      NTFS (SECURITY) = Granular control
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