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I'm trying to locate and view NTFS permissions as well as Folder permissions.  I'd like to do more of a compare and contrast between both, but not sure where to locate this permissions/ntfs settings.  This is within Server 2003.
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If you right click on any file or folder and go to properties you will be able to ascertain the respective permissions. If you set permsisions on a top level folder, unless specified otherwise, they are usually propagated down the "directory tree".

Also have a look here for a more detailed explanation:

http://www.techexams.net/technotes/70290/permissions.shtml
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NTFS permissions are on the physical drive and are found on the Security tab.

File/Folder share permisssions are on the File/Folder (obviously) and can be found on the Sharing tab.
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