Server 2012 R2 - mapped drivers/permissions

What is the permissions order when a user logs into their PC and they have a mapped drive already configured on their profile to automatically be mapped to these drives when the log into their PCs.

What is the order of permissions when they log into their machine?

Or is their a order of precedence when it comes to folder permissions?

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Cliff GaliherCommented:
Mapped drives are just representations of the underlying share. As such, share and filesystem permissions act the same (and follow the same precedence rules) as they would accessing the share directly. The drive mapping process doesn't change that at all.

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zero000koolAuthor Commented:
what is the precedence rules of file system permissions?
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