You have applied some read-only NTFS permissions to an important folder containing spreadsheets, and you’ve applied it to all users. However, a member of the accounting department connects across the network and has share permissions that allow writing to the folder. What type of access to the spreadsheet would the accounting department user ultimately have?
Which of these filenames is valid in Windows 7 on an NTFS partition?
What is the maximum length of a filename in Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 running an NTFS file system?
Windows 7 provides extensive options for access and security to files and folders. In this video, you’ll learn about configuring NTFS permissions, encrypting files with EFS, and how to resolve effective permissions issues.
Which of the following is NOT true when determining NTFS vs. Share permissions?
During the formatting of a new external USB-connected hard drive, you have the choice of NTFS or FAT32 file systems. Which one of these would be a reason to choose FAT32 over NTFS?
You have set permissions on a set of files in an NTFS folder, and you have a different set of permissions on a network share to the same NTFS folder. When someone connects to the share across the network, how do you determine the effective permissions?
The Windows operating system includes a number of security features to secure users, files, and other content. In this video, you’ll learn about local users and groups, UAC, NTFS vs. share permissions, and much more.
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Windows 2000 may not be one of the most modern operating systems, but it’s still used in organizations around the world. In this video, you’ll learn how to perform a clean install of Windows 2000 on a VirtualBox VM.