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Is permissions inherit from authorisative member ?
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IT Staff
2009-07-25 05:51:34 UTC
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If i make a server an authorisative partner during INITIAL repllication,
subsequently the receiving partners, all partners inherit the permission
from the initial authorisative primary member ?

If that is the case, if i want to enforce permissions, i must plan such a
way that permissions are started from the primary member ?
Anthony [MVP]
2009-07-25 11:05:51 UTC
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Yes, NTFS permissions are replicated with whatever replication scheme you
have (one way, two way, mesh etc).
You should start off with the right permissions on the master, and you
should set the correct permissions on the root of the target folder before
you start to replicate
Anthony
http://www.airdesk.com
Post by IT Staff
If i make a server an authorisative partner during INITIAL repllication,
subsequently the receiving partners, all partners inherit the permission
from the initial authorisative primary member ?
If that is the case, if i want to enforce permissions, i must plan such a
way that permissions are started from the primary member ?
IT Staff
2009-07-27 01:35:07 UTC
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after repllication complete, can i say the master partner becomes a nomal
partner like the rest of its partner ?

If i need to change permission, can i re-apply NEW permissions on the
receiving partner ?
Post by Anthony [MVP]
Yes, NTFS permissions are replicated with whatever replication scheme you
have (one way, two way, mesh etc).
You should start off with the right permissions on the master, and you
should set the correct permissions on the root of the target folder before
you start to replicate
Anthony
http://www.airdesk.com
Post by IT Staff
If i make a server an authorisative partner during INITIAL repllication,
subsequently the receiving partners, all partners inherit the permission
from the initial authorisative primary member ?
If that is the case, if i want to enforce permissions, i must plan such a
way that permissions are started from the primary member ?
DaveMills
2009-07-27 05:38:30 UTC
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Post by IT Staff
after repllication complete, can i say the master partner becomes a nomal
partner like the rest of its partner ?
Yes
Post by IT Staff
If i need to change permission, can i re-apply NEW permissions on the
receiving partner ?
Yes and they will replicate to all partners.
Post by IT Staff
Post by Anthony [MVP]
Yes, NTFS permissions are replicated with whatever replication scheme you
have (one way, two way, mesh etc).
You should start off with the right permissions on the master, and you
should set the correct permissions on the root of the target folder before
you start to replicate
Anthony
http://www.airdesk.com
Post by IT Staff
If i make a server an authorisative partner during INITIAL repllication,
subsequently the receiving partners, all partners inherit the permission
from the initial authorisative primary member ?
If that is the case, if i want to enforce permissions, i must plan such a
way that permissions are started from the primary member ?
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