ACL / SD support

Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton lkcl at
Thu Feb 17 17:53:12 GMT 2000

> On Thu, 17 Feb 2000, Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote:
> > windows->sec_desc->internal_acl->trad_unix
> > windows->sec_desc->internal_acl->hpux_acl
> > windows->sec_desc->internal_acl->solaris_acl
> > windows->sec_desc->internal_acl->posix_acl
> > windows->sec_desc->internal_acl->sec_desc (native NTFS support)
> > 
> > is this correct?  because if so, what's the point of hte internal_acl bit?
> > if you can answer this question, i will stop asking it.
> and how do I make a SD for a non persistent object ? Like a print job ?

first of all, do you _need_ an SD for a print job?

> implementing the SD alone are useless, let's implement ACCESS TOKENS !

jean-f, the discussion here is regarding file and directory objects, not
print objects.  therefore, any arguments and discussion related to print
objects do not apply to file and directory objects.

we can open up another thread if you like to discuss those.  i am going to
have to emulate the use of SDs in the lsarpc and samr pipes and probably
the svcctl pipe, too.  basically, by storing an SD in a file on a
per-object basis, or implicitly creating one in memory-only.

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