You can specify access rights when you use the erload:System.IO.MemoryMappedFiles.MemoryMappedFile.OpenExisting method to open an existing memory-mapped file.
The right to get or set permissions on a file.
The right to change the security and audit rules associated with a file.
The right to read and write to a file with the restriction that write operations will not be seen by other processes.
The right to delete a file.
The right to run an application file.
The right to exert full control over a file, and to modify access control and audit rules. This value represents the right to do anything with a file and is the combination of all rights in this enumeration.
The right to open and copy a file as read-only.
The right to open and copy access and audit rules from a file. This does not include the right to read data, file system attributes, or extended file system attributes.
The right to open and copy a file, and the right to add data to a file or remove data from a file.
The right to open and copy a file, the right to add data to a file or remove data from a file, and the right to run an application file.
The right to change the owner of a file.
The right to add data to a file or remove data from a file.