Authorizations can be defined per ‘container’ object in the Scense tree structure.
These authorizations are inherited by the underlying levels. When authorizations are defined at a specific underlying level, it will stop inheriting authorizations from higher levels, and underlying levels will inherit the new authorizations.
The Scense security system is similar to that of Windows (NTFS), although it strongly differs at some points.
It is possible to remove authorizations from a higher level, so that authorizations are inherit from this higher level.