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What's the share-level permission

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • Cluster Data ONTAP 8

Answer

  • When a CIFS user tries to access a share, ONTAP always checks the share-level permission to determine whether access should be granted.
  • A share-level permission consists of a list of access control entries (ACEs). Each ACE contains a user or group name and a set of permissions that determines user or group access to the share.
  • The following are the different share-level permissions:
Read View files and subdirectories. Execute applications. No changes can be made.
Change Includes read permissions and the ability to add, delete or change files or subdirectories.
Full Control Can perform any and all functions on all files and folders within the share.

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