You create a folder named Marketing and configure NTFS permissions to grant the Domain Users group Read permission and the Marketing group Modify permission. You
share the folder and grant the Everyone group the Reader share permission. Mary, a user account who is a member of both the Marketing group and the Domain Users group,
needs to access files in the folder from across the network.
The answer to this question is B. Mary will have read access to the folders because it was given to her. Mary can access a shared folder which means that she will have some privileges but it will be the least amount of privileges that will be received.
All of the files that Mary will access are read-only which means that even if there are data and information that she would like to add or change based on the reports that are stated, she cannot do anything about it. She can just voice out her concerns with the person who is sharing the folder so that the information can be looked into and checked.
Read-a. incorrect: users have no access permission if no access control entry applies to them or if they explicitly have a deny permission assigned. in this case, mary has read access because she has both ntfs and share permissions assigned.b. correct: when connecting to a shared folder, users always have the fewest privileges allowed by both share permissions and ntfs permissions. in this case, theonly share permission grants the everyone group reader accesswhich limits marys permission to read-only.c. incorrect: if mary were to log on locally to the computer and access the files on the local hard disk, share permissions would not be a factor and mary would be ableto update the files. however, because mary is accessing the folder using a share and the share has only reader permissions assigned, mary will be able to only readthe files.d. incorrect: full control permissions allow users to change permissions. having this level of access would require mary to have both full control ntfs permissions and co-owner share permissions.