5.2.1.3 Worksheet - Answer NTFS and FAT32 Questions

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IT Essentials 5.0 5.2.1.3 Worksheet - Answer NTFS and FAT32 Questions Print and complete this worksheet. Hard disk drives can be formatted using different file systems. NTFS and FAT32 are file systems used by the Windows operating system and provide different file system features. Answer the following questions about the NTFS and FAT32 file systems. 1. What is the default cluster size setting when formatting a Windows NTFS partition on a hard disk drive larger than 2 GB? 4 KB 2. What is the command used to change a FAT32 partition to an NTFS partition? Convert D: /FS:NTFS 3. What is the Master File Table (MFT) and what does it contain? The MFT is the place where information about every file and directory on
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Unformatted text preview: an NTFS volume is stored. 4. What is NTFS journaling? NTFS journaling" refers to the NTFS change journal that provides a persistent log of changes made to ±les on a volume. 5. How does journaling help an operating system recover from system failures? Giving the information back to the computer can help run its memories. 6. Why is an NTFS partition more secure than FAT32? An NTFS partition includes a ±le encryption system. NTFS has an ability to set permissions. Error handling capabilities in an NTFS partition increase data integrity and facilitate data recovery. © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public. Page 1 of 1...
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