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From: Chris Davis (chris.daviscomputerjobs.com)
Date: Thu Aug 23 2001 - 10:19:46 CDT
Given: A typical salary spreadsheet created by a typical payroll employee
which has been placed on a shared folder so that other payroll employees can
access it as needed.
Share permissions: Everyone full access: Everyone in the company knows
where to find the salary spreadsheet, even if they can't open it when logged
on using their own account.
Share permissions: Payroll full access. Everyone no access: Payroll knows
where to find the salary spreadsheet. Other people generally do not.
Share permissions serve to obfuscate. That's all they do. That's what
If you Really didn't need share permissions for anything at all, they would
not exist. Folders would just be "shared" or "not shared".