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Difference between @"david\LOCAL SERVICE" and @"david\EVERYONE"

Posted By: Narayanan     Posted Date: July 14, 2011    Points:5   Category :C#
hi
Difference between @"david\LOCAL SERVICE" and @"david\EVERYONE" ?Please Very Urgent

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Author: Dhiraj Ranka             
Posted Date: July 18, 2011     Points: 20   

Hi,

What are you trying to achieve in this?

Reading permissions or setting permissions?

Please explain in detail

And if you are asking about the string literal "@" then it is called a "verbatim string literal".
It means that do not use any interpretations to characters until the next occurrence of quote is reached.

Hope this helps.

Hope this helps.

Thanks & Regards,
Dhiraj Ranka
http://www.twitter.com/dhirajranka | http://www.dhirajranka.com
Author: Narayanan             
Posted Date: July 18, 2011     Points: 20   

Hi
Thanks for your reply.it is a Reading Permission.

Regards, Lakshmi Naraayanan.S
http://dotnettechrocks.blogspot.in/
Author: Dhiraj Ranka             
Posted Date: July 18, 2011     Points: 20   

Hi,

If you are using the "Local Service" that is the account has very limitted privileges (SeAditNamePrivilege,
SeChangeNotifyPrivilege and SeUndockPrivilege + those assigned to "users" and "Authenticated" users ) on the system, he presents the "anonymous" user's credentials on the network.

And "Everyone" means that every one has a access on that.

Hope this helps.

Thanks & Regards,
Dhiraj Ranka
http://www.twitter.com/dhirajranka | http://www.dhirajranka.com
Author: Gowthammanju             
Posted Date: July 29, 2011     Points: 20   

hey


If you set @"david\EVERYONE" means anyone can access the system.

If you set @"david\LOCAL SERVICE" means only the local systems connected with that system will access the service which is running your system

Thanks & Regards,
GowthamManju
Chennai



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Author: Ravi Ranjan Kumar             
Posted Date: July 30, 2011     Points: 20   

Its depend upon your requirement. you should include your focus to using this wired code in your program. let us know your intension about it. without knowing it its not easy to write something regarding to question.
whatever take a look at given article which might help you to understand about permissions
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308419



Thanks & Regards
Ravi Ranjan Kumar
http://raviranjankr.wordpress.com


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