Permissions that users inherit. When users have permission on a domain or a folder, they inherit permission on all objects in the domain or the folder. When groups have permission on a domain object, all subgroups and users belonging to the group inherit permission on the domain object. For example, a domain has a folder named Nodes that contains multiple nodes. If you assign a group permission on the folder, all subgroups and users belonging to the group inherit permission on the folder and on all nodes in the folder.
You cannot revoke inherited permissions. You also cannot revoke permissions from users or groups assigned the Administrator role. The Administrator role bypasses permission checking. Users with the Administrator role can access all objects.
You can deny inherited permissions on some object types. When you deny permissions, you configure exceptions to the permissions that users and groups might already have.