When administrators migrate user accounts between domains, they typically re-ACL those server ressources users have access to. In plain English: they copy or move the permissions from the accounts of the old domain to the corresponding accounts of the new...
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Every object that can have an security descriptor (SD) is a securable object that may be protected by permissions. All named and several unnamed Windows objects are securable and can have SDs, although this is not widely known. There does...
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On file servers in corporate environments one typically does not want users to change permissions, even on their own files. It might seem that it would be sufficient to simply grant change permissions instead of full control, but unfortunately that...
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