Resource name - The name by which SMB clients refer to this share. The resource name
"off" indicates no SMB
client may access the share, and the resource name "on" indicates the share will be exported with
the filesystem's name.
Enable Access-based Enumeration - An option which, when enabled, performs access-based
enumeration. Access-based enumeration filters directory entries based on the credentials of the
client. When the client does not have access to a file or directory, that file will be omitted from
the list of entries returned to the client. This option is not enabled by default.
Is a DFS Namespace - A property which indicates whether this share is provisioned as a
Share-level ACL - An ACL which is combined with the ACL of a file or directory in the share
to determine the effective permissions for that file. By default, this ACL grants everyone full
control. This ACL provides another layer of access control above the ACLs on files and allows for
more sophisticated access control configurations. This property may only be set once the filesystem
has been exported by configuring the SMB resource name. If the filesystem is not exported over the
SMB protocol, setting the share-level ACL has no effect.
No two SMB shares
on the same system may share the same resource name. Resource names inherited from projects have
special behavior, see Projects for details. Resource names must be
less than 80 characters, and can contain any alphanumeric characters besides the following
" / \ [ ] : | < > + ; , ? * =
When access-based enumeration is enabled, clients may see directory entries for files which
they cannot open. Directory entries are filtered only when the client has no access to that file.
For example, if a client attempts to open a file for read/write access but the ACL grants only read
access, that open request will fail but that file will still be included in the list of entries.