PropertyAccessRule Constructor

Initializes a new instance of the PropertyAccessRule class.

This member is overloaded. For complete information about this member, including syntax, usage, and examples, click a name in the overload list.

  Name Description
Public method PropertyAccessRule(IdentityReference, AccessControlType, PropertyAccess) Initializes a new instance of the PropertyAccessRule class with the specified identity reference, access control type, and property access.
Public method PropertyAccessRule(IdentityReference, AccessControlType, PropertyAccess, ActiveDirectorySecurityInheritance) Initializes a new instance of the PropertyAccessRule class with the specified identity reference, access control type, property access, and Active Directory Domain Services security inheritance.
Public method PropertyAccessRule(IdentityReference, AccessControlType, PropertyAccess, Guid) Initializes a new instance of the PropertyAccessRule class with the specified identity reference, access control type, property access, and property type.
Public method PropertyAccessRule(IdentityReference, AccessControlType, PropertyAccess, ActiveDirectorySecurityInheritance, Guid) Initializes a new instance of the PropertyAccessRule class with the specified identity reference, access control type, property access, Active Directory Domain Services security inheritance, and inherited object type.
Public method PropertyAccessRule(IdentityReference, AccessControlType, PropertyAccess, Guid, ActiveDirectorySecurityInheritance) Initializes a new instance of the PropertyAccessRule class with the specified identity reference, access control type, property access, property type, and Active Directory Domain Services security inheritance.
Public method PropertyAccessRule(IdentityReference, AccessControlType, PropertyAccess, Guid, ActiveDirectorySecurityInheritance, Guid) Initializes a new instance of the PropertyAccessRule class with the specified identity reference, access control type, property access, property type, Active Directory Domain Services security inheritance, and inherited object type.
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