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This article lists the names and descriptions of the Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 rights or permissions.
The Windows NT rights that you can grant or revoke by using the Ntrights utility that is included with Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Resource Kit Supplement 3 are contained in the following list:
NOTE: You can use Help, also included with Windows NT 4.0 Resource Kit Supplement 3, to view the names and descriptions of Windows NT rights. To do this, open the Resource Kit Tools Overview Help file, type ntrights, and then click Display.
SeAssignPrimaryTokenPrivilege: Replace a process level token SeAuditPrivilege: Generate security audits SeBackupPrivilege: Back up files and directories SeBatchLogonRight: Log on as a batch job SeChangeNotifyPrivilege: Bypass traverse checking SeCreatePagefilePrivilege: Create a paging file SeCreatePermanentPrivilege: Create permanent shared objects SeCreateTokenPrivilege: Create a token object SeDebugPrivilege: Debug programs SeIncreaseBasePriorityPrivilege: Increase scheduling priority SeIncreaseQuotaPrivilege: Increase quotas SeInteractiveLogonRight: Log on locally SeLoadDriverPrivilege: Load and unload device drivers SeLockMemoryPrivilege: Lock pages in memory SeMachineAccountPrivilege: Add workstations to domain SeNetworkLogonRight: Access this computer from the network SeProfileSingleProcessPrivilege: Profile single process SeRemoteShutdownPrivilege: Force shutdown from a remote system SeRestorePrivilege: Restore files and directories SeSecurityPrivilege: Manage auditing and security log SeServiceLogonRight: Log on as a service SeShutdownPrivilege: Shut down the system SeSystemEnvironmentPrivilege: Modify firmware environment values SeSystemProfilePrivilege: Profile system performance SeSystemTimePrivilege: Change the system time SeTakeOwnershipPrivilege: Take ownership of files or other objects SeTcbPrivilege: Act as part of the operating system SeUnsolicitedInputPrivilege: Read unsolicited input from a terminal device
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