This may be a naïve question, but I'm concerned about file ownership and group access under NTFS file systems and in a Windows AD environment.
Let's say that Jim-Bob created a folder,
\stuff, and put a text document,
\stuff\words.txt, in that folder under the share
\\totally-hipaa-compliant-server\ultrasecure. He had the appropriate permission to do so because he's a part of the
Super Trusted Users group, which is required for access to the
Jim-Bob then causes an incident and gets himself removed from the
Super Trusted Users group.
Does removing him from the group remove his ownership of the folder and file? If he has ownership of the file and folder, can he still access that file and folder despite having no permission to the
I realize this sounds a little academic, but I'm listing file permissions on a share and seeing old users as owners, and the users seem to have ownership permissions. I'm not sure if this is cause for concern.