The user avoids checks on files and directory access.
Special locking privileges
Data ONTAP allows read, write, or modify access to any file regardless of existing locks. If the FPolicy server takes byte range locks on the file, it results in immediate removal of existing locks on the file.
Bypass any FPolicy checks
Access does not generate any FPolicy notifications.
Ok, but by any chance, you remember since which cmod version it was deprecated?
(Is it 8.3 or starting from 9.0, I do remember it was available at 8.2, probably 8.3 but I may wrong.)
And another question hopes you will able to answer or direct me to the relevant article...
In case I comparing the local Administrators group on CIFS server defined on vserver and the superuser privileges. What is the difference between the two? (if you have a table comparison will be good if not see example) I'm interested in File System permission perspective.
For example: 1. I have UserA that member in the local Administrators group. 2. I have UserB that not a member of any local group but has superuser assignment. 3. I have a folder which has not direct permission or ownership for any of that users. 4. I would like to change the ACLs acting as one of those users at a time.
What will I need to do? 1. In case UserA is it, I will need first to make my self an owner and then change the permissions otherwise will get access denied? 2. In the case of UserB, the change permission will take effect without any prior action?