file server win 2012R2 quastion

Hi Experts

i am trying to configure the right NTFS ACLs . and i want to remove these groups

CREATOR OWNER
SYSTEMS
AND THE LOCAL FILE SERVER ADMINISTRATOR  

please check the attached file

i want to know what kind of side effects i will get if i removed these groups
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sword12Asked:
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Manuel FloresCommented:
Bad side effects.  Why do you want to remove them?
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Manuel FloresCommented:
Just add the Everyone if is what you need.  The other groups are administrative groups and should be there to avoid lose access, for example the CREATOR OWNER allows access the files and subfolders to the one who creates them.  Administrators, should have access.  And SYSTEM to antivirus support for example, backups, indexing, etc...

I can not recommend remove them, and I always saw that groups in all systems.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
First off, why do you think you should remove them? You will break things and possibly make the drive unreadable.
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