troubleshooting Question

Windows Share permissons vs NTFS permissions

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Windows OSOS SecurityWindows Server 2008
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I am setting up a remote virtual directory.  The share has it's own permissions and I added all the users I want to access the share through the share permissons.  The NTFS folder on the PC also has a security permissions.

To access the share does the NTFS folder and the Share permission folder have to have the same users? It seems they do not but I was not sure.  I thought the NTFS security controlled the local access to the PC while the share permissions control the access through the network.  Can someone clarify for me to be sure I got this correct?
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