File Server Resource Manager is a Microsoft Server role that allows administrators to control the type and amount of data that is stored on the server. Review configuration steps to set up the resource manager to detect ransomware on a Windows file server
- [Instructor] Filer Server Resource Manager…is a Microsoft server role that allows administrators…to control the type and the amount of data…that is stored on the server.…We can set quotas on volumes and folders,…screen files that monitor or block users…from saving specific file types to the server,…and generate comprehensive storage reports…on quota usage, activity and patterns.…With minimal configuration, you can set up…the resource manager to detect ransomware…on a Windows file server.…
The first thing we'll do is go into PowerShell…and create a new file group RansomWatcher.…In Windows 2008, the command looks like this.…And in 2012, it's slightly different with this command.…Either way, we see that we would…insert the file names there.…Then we'll go into file screening management…and create a file screen.…There we would do either active or passive screening.…And in some case, we might do both.…
We'll take a look at the file screen,…and here you can see the difference.…With active screening, if someone were to go in…
- How ransomware works
- Types of ransomware
- Safeguarding Windows
- Securing your router
- Updating software and operating systems
- Spam, phishing, and spoofing
- Reporting ransomware
Skill Level Beginner
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Windows Performance Toolkit: Malware Analysiswith Thomas Pantels1h 4m Intermediate
1. Ransomware Overview
2. Types of Ransomware
3. Safeguarding Windows
4. Good Practice
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