Join Timothy Pintello for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting up and using share permissions, part of Windows Server 2012: Configure Basic Microsoft Services.
- Now that we have talked a little bit…about shared permissions let's go ahead…and demonstrate how to use them.…First, we need to come down here…to our file explorer and open that…and then we need to go ahead…and navigate to our C drive and open that…and if you'll remember we created this…public folder previously on this computer.…What we want to do now is write-click the public folder…and then go down to properties.…Under properties you want to click the…sharing tab and then there's two things we want to do.…
First, we want to share this folder…with a specific user.…In this case, a user I've already created…named John Smith, and go ahead and add him to this.…As you've noticed, John Smith comes up…and he has read permissions.…We can go ahead and share it here and then click done.…We also want to go to the advanced sharing…click on permissions and add John Smith here as well.…We'll click add and then we type J Smith again…and this time we want to check the name…to make sure it's a legitimate name, which it is.…
We know this because it came up underlined…
- 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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