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Novell Admin Ch 5/6

Study Stack for Chapter 5 and 6 of Novell Admin I

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Allows the user to grant access rights to another user to a directory Access Control Right
Default rights given to any user on home directory if no template is used Read, Write, Create, Erase, Modify, and File Scan [RWCEMF]
Access right that allows a user to view a directory of a file or it's subdirectories File Scan Right [F]
Entry in the ACL for a file or directory that makes the user capable of using that file or directory Trustee Assignment
Used to reduce inherited rights in a subdirectory or file by allowing ONLY access rights specified to be inherited. IRF (Inherited Rights Filter)
Right that allows a user to change data in an existing file Write [W]
Right that allows a user to assign rights to other users. Very dangerous to use Access Control
File system right that cannot be blocked by an IRF Supervisor
Flags that control directory and file characterisics attributes
What rights are given to a user by default when first added as a trustee of a directory Read and File Scan [R F]
A file system permission that can be granted to users, groups, or containers. Access right
Subset of access rights that controls which function a user can perform in a directory or file effective rights
User, group, or container object that has been granted access rights to a file file trustee
Access right that allows the user to change file and directory names but not the file content Modify [M]
File or directory attribute that prevents standard DOS and Windows apps from seeing the associated file or directory Hidden (H)
Access right that allows the user to delete files and remove subdirectories Erase [E]
Access right that allows the user to read files or run programs in an directory Read [R]
You are member of Admin group granted [RWF] rights to Business dir, and have trustee assignment of [RCF] to Business dir. What are effective rights? [RWCF]
A file or directory attribute that prevents a file or all files in directory from being salvaged after deletion Purge (P)
A file attribute that indicates the file has been changed since it was last backed up Archive Needed (A)
Access right needed to view a directory listing File Scan [F]
Access right needed to copy a file into a directory Create [C]
Access rights needed to copy a file from a directory Read, File Scan [RF]
Allow a user, group, or container's effective rights to flow down into files and other subdirectories Inherited Rights
Four ways to make trustee assignment or change IRF Windows, ConsoleOne, NWAdmin, and the RIGHTS command line utility
Attribute that protects software applications from being illegally copied. Execute Only (X)
Attribute assigned to file that are part of the NetWare operating system. System (S)
Command line Utility that allows you to work with attributes FLAG
ACL Access Control List
eDirectory rights that allow users to view and manage objects in the eDirectory tree Entry Rights
Entry rights include: Supervisor, Browse, Create, Delete, Rename, and Inheritable [SBCDRI]
eDirectory rights that allow users to access and maintain information stored in an object Attribute rights
Attribute rights include Supervisor, Read, Compare, Write, Add Self, and Inheritable (SRCWAI]
eDirectory Attribute right that allows trustees to add or remove their membership in a group Add Self Attribute right
eDirectory entry right that grants the right to view an object Browse Entry Right
eDirectory Attribute right that allow trustees to find an object without viewing the property information Compare Attribute right
eDirectory Entry right that grants the right to create objects in a container Create Entry Right
Special trustee object that represents all clients that that the Novell Client loaded and have attached to the network, but have not logged in [Public]
Special trustee object that represents all network objects that have logged in using authorized user names [Root]
eDirectory Entry Right that grants the right to delete an object in a container Delete Entry right
eDirectory Entry right that allows leaf objects and other subcontainers to inherit the trustee's assignments Inheritable Entry right
eDirectory Attribute right that allows leaf objects and other subcontainers to inherit the Attribute rights in a container trustee assignment Inheritable Attribute right
eDirectory Attribute right that includes the Compare right and allows the trustee to view values stored in an objects property fields Read Attribute right
eDirectory Entry right that grants the user the right to change the name of an object Rename Entry right
eDirectory Attribute right that grants all rights to a property unless blocked by an IRF Supervisor Attribute right
eDirectory Entry right that grants all access privileges, including the Supervisor right to all of the objects attributes or properties Supervisor Entry right
eDirectory Attribute right that includes the Add Self right and allows the user to change information in property fields. Write Attribute right
Property of every object in the eDirectory tree that contains a list of users and groups that have rights to that object Access Control List
By default, what Entry right do all clients have to the eDirectory tree? Browse
What is a default Attribute right that a user has to his or her own object? Write Attribute right to the Login Script property
Created by: Leisac