Share Vs NTFS permission - Logged on Locally

Manish Chawda 426 Reputation points
2023-05-30T11:57:50.4633333+00:00

I have Windows Server 2016 installed. I was configuring share / NTFS permission for our users folders. Since I was confused so I tried to surf net and came across below details

 

  • NTFS permissions are for users logon to server locally

 

  • Use only NTFS permissions for local users — Share permissions apply only to users who access shared resources over the network; they do not apply to users who log on locally.

 

Now what I do is Windows Server 2016 as mentioned above is a File Server, as and when I configure folders, users access those folders from there Windows 10 - Workstation. Now can anyone explain what does the above two statements say! Since if I am configuring NTFS permission then how come user will be login to server locally ? And Sharing / NTFS permission both I configure for users who are going to access folders / files on server on network not locally !

 

Please advise!

Windows Server 2016
Windows Server 2016
A Microsoft server operating system that supports enterprise-level management updated to data storage.
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  1. Manish Chawda 426 Reputation points
    2023-06-08T12:47:44.68+00:00

    Can anyone advise ?

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