This video demonstrates how to apply complex NTFS sharing permissions.
- [Narrator] Let me now demonstrate…how to set up more complex permissions in Windows 10.…I previously covered basic sharing permissions,…which work fine for most uses,…but you may need some advanced settings…to include more granular control…over access rights of folders, subfolders, and files.…You may need to also get more granular control…to cover inheritance, ownership, and permission testing.…So let me demonstrate where you would apply…these more complex permissions.…
As usual, right-click on the object, file, or folder…that you want to customize the permissions for.…Choose properties, and then go to the security tab.…Previously, I showed you how to adjust and change groups…or usernames, and then set those permissions.…To set up more complex permissions, click…on the advanced button down below your permissions box,…and that'll give you this new window here.…What you'll do is you'll click on a owner,…and then notice that down here are some buttons,…add, remove, and edit.…
You're going to click on the edit button,…
- Enabling disk write caching
- Creating spanned and striped volumes
- Configuring Storage Spaces
- Configuring OneDrive
- Enabling USB drives
- Clearing caches
- Fixing drives
- Troubleshooting OneDrive
- Encrypting files with EFS
- Encrypting volumes and drives with BitLocker
- Configuring share permissions
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Configure Storage
2. Troubleshoot Storage Issues
3. Configure Encryption
4. Configure Share Permissions
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