Windows Access Control

Access Control on Windows, has two basic rules: Ownership and Permissions. Access control is not possible without knowing them to be dominated by the concept. Now let’s see briefly the meaning of them;

The object is created, it is assigned with an object. By default, the owner of an object oluşturanıdır. What permissions are arranged for the object, regardless of the owner of an object may change at any time object permissions.

An administrator to change the permissions on the file, you first must take ownership of the file.

By default, having created the object entity. , Having been denied all access to the object, even if it can change the permissions of all the time.

Ownership can be taken by the following:

Director. By default, the Administrators group Take ownership of files or other objects user right.
Take Ownership permission on the object in question to any user or group.
A user who has the Restore files and directories user right.

Ownership can be transferred in the following ways:

A user-defined valid access token member of a group owner, current owner, Ownership give permission to that user. The user must take ownership of it to complete the transfer.Take ownership of the Administrator.Restore files and directories user right to the user, double-click Other users and groups selected assign to any user or group ownership.


The permissions for the user or group object or object property defines the type of access granted. When you set permissions, groups, and users can specify the level of access. For example, a user reading the contents of the file, whether to allow another user to make changes to the file, you can avoid all other users access to the file. Similar permissions to specific users by editing the printer and configure printers, and others to print to this printer, you can only.

You need to change permissions on a file in Windows Explorer, right-click on the file, select Properties, Security tab, change the permissions of the file.

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