On NTFS volumes, you can assign two types of access permissions to files and directories: Basic and Special. These permissions grant or deny access to users and groups.
The basic permissions you can assign to directories and files are shown in Table 10-1 and Table 10-2. These permissions are made up of multiple special permissions. Note the rule flag for each permission because this is the value you must reference when creating an access rule.
Table 10-1. Basic Folder Permissions
This permission permits reading, writing, changing, and deleting files and subdirectories. If a user has Full Control over a folder, she can delete files in the ...