A new version of NTFS Security Manager 2.0 has been released recently with features like Copy Permission to copy permissions from one sharefolder to other share(s)folder(s), Replace option to replace an existing account with single or multiple accounts by retaining the same permissions in the permissions list and Change History to view permissions change history of NTFS Security Manager.
- The Copy Permissions feature allows you to copy permissions from one share to other share(s). You can select required permission entries from a source sharefolder.
- You can use many options like Add the new permissions to the account’s existing permissions, Replace the account’s existing permissions with the new permissions, etc. You may select options to Allow, Block inheritance from the parent object and also Replace all child objects’ existing permissions with the inheritable permissions from this object while copying permissions to target shares.
- This feature will not break the inheritance from the parent of target object. If you still wish to break the inheritance from the parent object, you may use the option “Block Inherited permissions from this object’s parent” to block inheritance.
The Replace Accounts feature allows you to replace an existing account with single or multiple accounts by retaining the same permissions in the permissions list.
The Change History feature allows you to view permissions change history of NTFS Security Manager. You can view permissions change history between specific date interval. You can also view permissions change history of specific task by selecting task name in the View option.
Find out more about the NTFS Security Manager and how you can benefit through it here – http://www.vyapin.com/products/ntfs-security-manager/ntfs-permissions-management