Understanding Windows File and Registry Permissions

The basic security mechanism of Windows involves having a trusted system component check permissions and rights (AccessCheck) before an operation is allowed to proceed. In the November 2008 issue of MSDN Magazine, John R. Michener explains how to set values for the security settings on objects and how those values are processed. You can also […]

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The basic security mechanism of Windows involves having a trusted system component check permissions and rights (AccessCheck) before an operation is allowed to proceed.

In the November 2008 issue of MSDN Magazine, John R. Michener explains how to set values for the security settings on objects and how those values are processed. You can also check out other security topics covered in MSDN Magazine in our online archives.

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