What are the 3 types of permissions? Permission Types
Files and directories can have three types of permissions: read, write, and execute: Someone with read permission may read the contents of a file, or list the contents of a directory. Someone with write permission may modify the contents of a file, including adding, changing, or deleting file contents.
What is user groups and permissions? The User Group Permissions screen allows you to assign or revoke permission belonging to user groups and to “embed” user groups (along with associated permissions) into other user groups. When users are associated with a user group, they “inherit” the permissions of the user group.
How do you create permission groups?
- From Setup, in the Quick Find box, enter Permission Set Groups , then select Permission Set Groups.
- Click New Permission Set Group.
- Enter a label and description for the permission set group, and save your work.
What does group mean in file permissions?
|Owner||Permissions used by the assigned owner of the file or directory|
|Group||Permissions used by members of the group that owns the file or directory|
|Other||Permissions used by all users other than the file owner, and members of the group that owns the file or the directory|