At last, two remaining questions to be answered. 1) One of the attendees of the hands-on lab on Dynamic Access Control had read that a normal user (without administrative permissions) can classify files and folders. However, he hadn’t succeeded in achieving it. Here is what I tried and understood: i. Any user cannot change classification via explorer remotely (or at least I failed to achieve this). ii. Any user, which has full permissions on files can edit classification locally, e.g. from TS session. As far as I can understand, the “non-administrative user can edit it” part was related to automated … Continue reading #RutechEd: Answering the questions, part II
As I said previously my labs were a success, still I wasn’t able to answer some questions and promised to answer them later. the time has come for the first of them. One of the visitors told me that he had had an experience when some of files’ attributes wouldn’t replicate over DFSR and asked me if there is any problem with DAC in the same situation. I could definitely experiment myself (and I will), but any experiment of mine would just give me an answer: “yes” or “no”. Or “may be” for that matter. It wouldn’t explain why. As … Continue reading #RuTeched: answering the questions. Does the Dynamic Access Control work over replication?
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