enable/disable File Access Control List

How does enable/disable File Access Control List on a volume affect whether or not you can “Use Standard POSIX behavior” or “Inherit from parent” when configuring a sharepoint (on that volume) in the AFP protocol configuration.

When ACL is enabled on a volume, the options when configuring a AFP sharepoint on the volume for Use Standard POSIX behavior or Inherit from parent are greyed out, indicating the ACL will be used to determine inheritance.

This does not apply to SMB (Windows sharing), FTP, NFS sharing.

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