One of your customers would like to have their Windows XP user files backed up onto an external hard drive. Where would you find the customer’s user files?
Our user habits can make or break our security policies. In this video, you’ll learn some important user habits, and you’ll learn about the threats that should always be top of mind.
Setting the correct rights and permissions can be an important part of mitigating risk. In this video, you’ll learn the importance of properly setting user rights and properly auditing those permissions.
There are many ways to manage rights and permissions on the network. In this video, you’ll learn how to use user management, group management, and role-based management types to control privileges to resources.
One of your users has asked you to backup some important spreadsheets that are stored in the user’s Documents folder of their Windows XP machine. Where can you find this folder?
What is the default directory for user files in Windows Vista?
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.
Although Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista have similarities, there are a number of differences in the underlying organization of files. In this video, you’ll learn the differences in user file locations, system file locations, temporary file differences, and much more.