On Windows Server 2003 - and some other versions of Windows - the Properties > Security tab of a folder's or file's context menu provides "Allow" and "Deny" options for "Full Control," "Modify," "Read" and other permissions:
After clicking "Full Control," all boxes in the column - except for "Special Permissions" - get automatically checked.
What's the difference between checking "Full Control" and simply checking all the other boxes individually? Are there hidden/advanced permissions toggled by "Full Control" that aren't listed in the main permissions window? Is "Full Control" just a convenience shortcut?