Specifies a DWORD value that indicates the shared resource's permissions for servers running with share-level security. This member is ignored on a server running user-level security. This member can be any of the following values. Calls to the NetShareSetInfo function ignore this member.
Note that Windows NT operating systems do not support share-level security. For more information about controlling access to securable objects, see Access Control, Privileges, and Securable Objects.
Permission to read data from a resource and, by default, to execute the resource.
Permission to write data to the resource.
Permission to create an instance of the resource (such as a file); data can be written to the resource as the resource is created.
Permission to execute the resource.
Permission to delete the resource.
Permission to modify the resource's attributes (such as the date and time when a file was last modified).
Permission to modify the permissions (read, write, create, execute, and delete) assigned to a resource for a user or application.
Permission to read, write, create, execute, and delete resources, and to modify their attributes and permissions.
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