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?
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.
You’ve moved a file from one folder on an NTFS volume to another folder on the same NTFS volume. What has happened to the permissions of the file after the move?
File management of the Windows operating system is a mix of files, folders, attributes, and permissions. In this video, you’ll learn about Windows file systems, the structure of directories, and how files are named and managed. << Previous Video: Command Line UtilitiesNext: Planning a Windows Installation >>