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RE: Is there an easy way of programmatically determining -if a file sy-stem NT security?

OSR_Community_UserOSR_Community_User Member Posts: 110,217
I'm not sure if I understand your question. But I'll try to help you.

Routine Nt(Zw)QueryVolumeInformationFile has an information class
FileFsAttributeInformation. Related structure's
FILE_FS_ATTRIBUTE_INFORMATION
first member FileSystemAttributes contains bit mask. One bit
definition's name is FILE_PERSISTENT_ACLS which means the file system
stores ACLs on the disk. One only NT file system which has this bit set
is NTFS.

Is this enough to you, or you want additional informations?

Paul

> -----P?vodn? zpr?va-----
> Od: Smith, Joel [SMTP:[email protected]]
> Odesl?no: 2. kv?tna 2000 15:12
> Komu: File Systems Developers
> P?edm?t: [ntfsd] Is there an easy way of programmatically determining
> if a file sy stem NT security?
>
> i.e. file system objects can be secured with acl's dacl's and such. Is
> there a volume attribute or something I am missing, or must you just
> determine this by observing error codes to security type calls?
>
> Thanks
>
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