When you add a trustee to a Novell file system directory or file, you grant a user (the trustee) rights to that directory or file.You must have the Access Control right to add a trustee.
In a file manager, right-click the Novell file or directory that you want to add a trustee to.
Do one of the following:
In the tree diagram, locate the eDirectory™ user object that you want to add as a trustee, then click.
Set the rights for this user by selecting the boxes under the letters on the right of thelist.
The following rights can be set for each trustee:
Read: For a directory, grants the right to open files in the directory and read the contents or run the programs. For a file, grants the right to open and read the file.
Write: For a directory, grants the right to open and change the contents of files in the directory. For a file, grants the right to open and write to the file.
Erase: Grants the right to delete the directory or file.
Create: For a directory, grants the right to create new files and directories in the directory. For a file, grants the right to create a file and to salvage a file after it has been deleted.
Modify: Grants the right to change the attributes or name of the directory or file, but does not grant the right to change its contents (changing the contents requires the Write right).
File Scan: Grants the right to view directory and file names in the file system structure, including the directory structure from that file to the root directory.
Access Control: Grants the right to add and remove trustees for directories and files and modify their trustee assignments and Inherited Rights Filters.
Supervisor: Grants all rights to the directory or file and any subordinate items. The Supervisor right can’t be blocked by an Inherited Rights Filter. Users with this right can grant or deny other users rights to the directory or file.