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7.3 Shared Folder Permissions 
Shared folder permissions apply to folders, not individual files. Since you can apply shared folder 
permissions only to the entire shared folder, and not to individual files or subfolders in the shared folder, 
shared folder permissions provide less detailed security than NTFS permissions. 
 
Shared folder permissions are only applied to users who connect to the folder over the network and not to 
users who gain access to the folder at the computer where the folder is stored. 
 
Shared folder permissions can secure network resources on a FAT or FAT32 volume, on which you cannot 
implement NTFS permissions. 
 
The default shared folder permission is Full Control, and it is assigned to the Everyone group when you 
share the folder. 
 
TABLE 7.3: Shared Folder Permissions
  
Permission 
  Allows the user to 
Read  
Display folder names, filenames, file data, and attributes; run 
program files; and change folders within the shared folder. 
Change 
Create folders, add files to folders, change data in files, append data 
to files, change file attributes, delete folders and files, plus, it allows 
the user to perform actions permitted by the Read permission. 
Full Control 
Change file permissions, take ownership of files, and perform all 
tasks permitted by the Change permission. 
 
You can also allow or deny shared folder permissions. Applying shared permissions to user accounts and 
groups affects access to a shared folder. Denying permission takes precedence over the permissions that you 
allow. 
 
Note: Multiple Shared Folder Permissions Combine: A user's effective 
permissions for a resource are the sum of the Shared Folder permissions 
that you assign to the individual user account and to all of the groups to 
which the user belongs. In other words, if a user has Read permission for a 
folder and is a member of a group with Change permission for the same 
folder, the user has both Read and Change permissions for that folder. 
 
Note: Denying Shared Folder Permissions Overrides Other Permissions: 
Denied permissions take precedence over any permissions that you may 
have granted the user accounts and groups. If you deny a shared folder 
permission to a user, the user will not have that permission, even if you 
allow the permission for a group of which the user is a member.  
 
Note: NTFS Permissions Are Also Required On NTFS Volumes: Shared 
folder permissions can be used to grant users access to files and folders on a 
FAT or FAT32 volume but not on an NTFS volume. On a FAT or FAT32 
volume, you can grant users access to a shared folder as well as all of the 
files and subfolders contained in the shared folder. To grant users access to a 
shared folder on an NTFS volume, you must grant them the shared folder 
permission and the appropriate NTFS permissions for each file and folder 
that you want them gain access to. 
Note: Copied or Moved Shared Folders Are Not Shared: When you copy a 
shared folder, the original shared folder is still shared, but the copy is not 
shared. When you move a shared folder, it is no longer shared. 
 
 

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