This video takes a look at how Share and NTFS permissions differ.
- [Instructor] There are two was in Windows to secure…your data by preventing unauthorized access…to files and folders.…Share permissions and NTFS permissions each function…separately from the other but serve the same purpose.…So let me introduce each in more detail.…Share permissions are simpler to apply and manage,…they're often used with FAT32 file systems…or other computers that do not use the NTFS file system…and they're useful when you want to share folders…over a network or across multiple user accounts…or different types of computers like a Mac, UNIX machine…and Windows.…
Each user can choose to share entire drives…or individual folders with the network.…In this way it's possible to grant or prevent access…to data on a user by user or group by group…or an all encompassing basis.…Now the available Share permissions with this system…include Full Control, Change and Read.…The Read permission is the default setting…and only allows users to view file names…and folder names, view data in files and run program files.…
This course is also part of a series designed to help you prepare for the Microsoft exam 70-697: Configuring Windows Devices.
- 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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