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twohlford Absent Member.
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.trustee_database.xml says I have IRFs, but....

Oh how I long for the old Trustee.nlm outputs... okay, not really, but at least in this aspect I understood the old stuff!

In my trustee_database.xml file I get sections like these:

<inherited_rights_mask path="/UNIVERSL/Private/IT/TSD">
<rights>SRWCEMF</rights>
</inherited_rights_mask>


And I think, "Wow, I have an IRF!". But when I right-click on that folder, I don't see an IRF in the rights listings.

Okay, what am I missing?

Thank you!

Tim Wohlford
tim@wohlford.net
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ataubman Absent Member.
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Re: .trustee_database.xml says I have IRFs, but....

I guess that's saying that all rights are allowed through, in other words there's no mask.

Andrew C Taubman (Sorry, support is not provided via e-mail) Opinions expressed above are not necessarily those of Micro Focus.
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twohlford Absent Member.
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Re: .trustee_database.xml says I have IRFs, but....

Andrew --

If that is the case, then wouldn't these entries pretty much shut down all IR's? Which it doesn't appear to do...

<volume_trustees>
- <inherited_rights_mask path="/._NETWARE">
<rights>S</rights>
</inherited_rights_mask>
- <inherited_rights_mask path="/._DUPLICATE_FILES">
<rights>S</rights>
</inherited_rights_mask>
- <inherited_rights_mask path="/VOLDATA.TDF">
<rights>S</rights>
</inherited_rights_mask>
- <inherited_rights_mask path="/Volume_Trustees.xml">
<rights>S</rights>
</inherited_rights_mask>
- <inherited_rights_mask path="/Volume_Inventory.xml">
<rights>S</rights>
</inherited_rights_mask>
- <inherited_rights_mask path="/Volume_Inventory.html">
<rights>S</rights>
</inherited_rights_mask>
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ataubman Absent Member.
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Re: .trustee_database.xml says I have IRFs, but....

They are letting the S right through, which is equivalent to everything.

Andrew C Taubman (Sorry, support is not provided via e-mail) Opinions expressed above are not necessarily those of Micro Focus.
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