With NetWare, settings that affect what actions can be taken with a single file or all files in a directory. NetWare has several different rights, each of which controls one type of action. The Windows NT and LAN Manager equivalents are permissions. With Windows NT, rights apply to the whole system, rather than a single file or directory. See also effective rights, inherited rights mask, maximum rights mask, permissions, rights, trustee rights.
A Content Management Server 2001 user's rights are derived from their membership in one or more rights groups and the roles (subscriber, author, editor) they have in the containers (folders, channels, galleries) assigned to those rights groups. All containers you have rights in or rights to have colored icons. â€¢ The rights group(s) you belong to determines which containers you have rights in. â€¢ The role of the rights group(s) you belong to determines the types of tasks (create, modify, approve) you can do with items in a container. (See also rights group, role.)
Permission to perform specific actions with site content, such as viewing or modifying a page. Rights are enabled or disabled for a user role. Users can perform only those actions allowed by the rights assigned to their role.