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?
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The NTFS file system provides a number of impressive capabilities. Which of the following features is unique to NTFS when compared to FAT or FAT32?
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