Microsoft KB Archive/101366
PSS ID Number: 101366
Article Last Modified on 11/20/2003
The information in this article applies to:
- Microsoft Windows NT Server 3.1
- Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 3.1
- Microsoft Windows NT Advanced Server 3.1
This article was previously published under Q101366
The text below defines the advanced user rights that the Windows NT User Manager controls. To administer these rights, run User Manager and choose User Rights from the Policies menu. Then choose Show Advanced User Rights.
The advanced user rights are as follows:
To Act as Part of the Operating System
The user can act as a trusted part of the operating system. Some subsystems have this privilege granted to them.
Bypass Traverse Checking
The user can traverse a directory tree even if the user has no other rights to access that directory. Denies access to users in POSIX applications.
Create a Pagefile
The user can create a pagefile.
Create a Token Object
The user can create access tokens. Only the Local Security Authority can have this privilege.
The user can create special permanent objects used in Windows NT, such as \\Device. For more information, please refer to the book "Inside Windows NT" (Microsoft Press).
The user can debug applications.
Generate Security Audits
The user can generate audit-log entries.
The user can increase object quotas. Each object has a quota assigned to it.
Increase Scheduling Priority
The user can boost the scheduling priority of a process.
Load and Unload Device Drivers
The user can load and unload device drivers.
Lock Pages in Memory
The user can lock pages in memory to prevent them from being paged out into backing store (such as PAGEFILE.SYS).
Log on as a Batch Job
The user can log on to the system as a batch queue facility. This is a group identifier (S-1-5-3).
Log on as a Service
The user can perform security services (S-1-5-4). The user that performs replication logs on as a service.
Modify Firmware Environment Variables
The user can modify system environment variables (not user environment variables).
Profile Single Process
The user can use Windows NT profiling capabilities to observe a process.
Profile System Performance
The user can use Windows NT profiling capabilities to observe the system.
Receive Unsolicited Device Input
The user can read unsolicited data from a terminal device.
Replace a Process Level Token
The user can modify a process' access token.
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