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how is the Microsoft Deny permission option similar to Novell's use of IRFs?
tee2520Asked:
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
Hello tee2520,

Sort of yes > but an IRF is as the name implies a filter, If you ever had to put in an IRF on a Novell box it was usually because you granted to many permissions to high up.
In windows however a true IRF is unticking the box that says "Allow these persmissions to propagate to child objects" Try to think of it like this....
In windows to use an IRF you need to jump one level UP and UNTICK "allow these permissions to propagate to child objects" then jump back DOWN and set permissions on the child object,

Regards,

PeteLong
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
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