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Permission Changes While Moving or Copying an NTFS File

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When you copy or move NTFS files, the permissions that have been set for those files might change. The following points should be remebered while moving or copying a file.

• If you move a file from one folder to another folder on the same NTFS volume, the file will retain the original NTFS permissions.

• If you move a file from one folder to another folder between different NTFS volumes, the file is treated as a copy and will have the same permissions as the destination folder.

• If you copy a file from one folder to another folder (on the same volume or on a different volume), the file will have the same permissions as the destination folder.

• FAT partitions cannot hold permission details and if you copy or move a folder or file to a FAT partition, it will not retain any NTFS permissions.

              Jajish Thomason Google+
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