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GENERIC_MAPPING info  Overview  Group

The GENERIC_MAPPING structure defines the mapping of generic access rights to specific and standard access rights for an object. When a client application requests generic access to an object, that request is mapped to the access rights defined in this structure.

typedef struct _GENERIC_MAPPING { // gm 

    ACCESS_MASK GenericRead; 

    ACCESS_MASK GenericWrite; 

    ACCESS_MASK GenericExecute; 

    ACCESS_MASK GenericAll; 




Specifies an access mask defining read access to an object.
Specifies an access mask defining write access to an object.
Specifies an access mask defining execute access to an object.
Specifies an access mask defining all possible types of access to an object.

See Also

AccessCheck, AccessCheckAndAuditAlarm, CreatePrivateObjectSecurity, MapGenericMask, SetPrivateObjectSecurity, ACCESS_MASK 

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