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I want to know if there is a file system that supports more than rwx for ugo. POSIX ACLs are no different from traditonal unix perms except taht we can have named users/groups apart from owning user/group. They are fundementally the same in terms of meaning of the r,w and x bits. But NT is not like that. I want to know if there any file system that has permissions where we can have dpo bits similar to NT.