Join Timothy Pintello for an in-depth discussion in this video The differences between basic and advanced permissions, part of Windows Server 2012: Configure Basic Microsoft Services.
- Previously, we talked about NTFS and Share Permissions.…Now, I want to take a little bit closer look…at NTFS Permissions.…NTFS Permissions are designed to be granular.…That means that the permissions allow you to grant…specific degrees of access to a file or folder.…Other words, you have a much tighter control of what…you can and can't get access to in relation to the…files and folders than you do in Share Permissions.…Multiple permissions can be assigned to the same object,…meaning that you can grant both Write and Modify…permissions to the same object.…
The Share Permissions are very basic permissions,…and they only come in three permissions.…First, you have Full Control.…The Full Control permission allows you to do…pretty much whatever you want to the folder,…and by extension, the files that are within that folder.…The Read/Write permission means that you can…read the files in the folder and write files to the folder,…as well as change files that are already in the folder.…The Read permission means you can only read…
- 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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