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Inheritance refers to the permissions an object

receives simply because it is contained in another

object — in other words, because an object is a

child (or grandchild) object of a particular parent

object. When an object inherits permissions, it’s

not because the permissions have been applied

specifically to the object in question, but rather

because permissions have been set on the parent

object that contains the object in question. The

concept of inheritance applies to objects in

Active Directory, and also to NTFS permissions

set on files and folders.

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