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As I tried to edit /private/etc/nat/autoportmap.plist, I accidentally modified permissions on the nat folder and asked Lion to apply it to enclosing items (I was giving myself write permission). As a result, I might have changed permissions for the enclosing files. Could anyone please confirm what are the permission sets by default for the three files present in this folder?

/private/etc/nat/autoportmap.plist
/private/etc/nat/natd.plist
/private/etc/nat/natd.plist.default

I'm using Lion Server.

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I don't have that. What setting is responsible for creating that folder? – Daniel Beck Dec 12 '11 at 6:22
    
Sorry, I forgot to specify I've got Lion server. I'm quite sure this is a server feature. – gaudi_br Dec 12 '11 at 7:23

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