Join Timothy Pintello for an in-depth discussion in this video Introduction to file and folder sharing, part of Windows Server 2012: Configure Basic Microsoft Services.
- The first topic we're going to discuss…in this course, is file and folder sharing.…When we talk about file and folder sharing,…there are a few things you need to know about…what exactly file and folder sharing is, and what it's for.…The main purpose for file and folder sharing…is to make files and folders accessible by…sharing them to other people on the network.…Each folder at the top of the folder tree…needs to be shared separately.…Subfolders, which are folders located under the main folder,…are actually shared at the same time…that the main folder is shared.…
When you're setting up folder sharing,…there are a few strategy decisions…you need to make before you can start it.…First, you need to decide how you're…going to share the folders beforehand.…You also need to decide what folders you want to share.…You do not want to share all your folders…on the computer, just very specific ones.…Third, you're going to want to decide…what you want to name your shared folders.…You will want the names of the shared folders…
- Enabling network discovery and file and print sharing
- Sharing a folder
- Adding filer server roles
- Using the Server Manager wizard
- Setting up share and NTFS permissions
- Understanding effective rights and inheritance
- Applying shadow volume copies and NTFS quotas
- Installing and sharing printers
- Configuring remote server management
Skill Level Beginner
1. Configuring File Sharing in Server 2012
2. Windows Permissions
3. Printer and Document Services
4. Configuring Remote Management
Remote management tools8m 4s
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