Unit 2 Vlab2 Lab Assessment Questions

Unit 2 Vlab2 Lab Assessment Questions - a ±le using...

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IS3340 Unit 2 Vlab 2 Assessment Questions Lab Assessment Questions & Answers 1.What is the principle of least privilege? Given only the necessary access required to do one job. 2. What does ACL stand for and how it is used? Access Control List: A list that is controlled by the owner of an object and that specifies the access particular users or groups can have to the object. 3. Why would you add permissions to a group instead of the individual? It is easier and faster to give permissions to a group rather than individuals. 4. List at least three different types of access control permissions you can enable for
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Unformatted text preview: a ±le using icacls.exe. Read, write, modify, or delete. 5. Which access control permissions allow you to change ±les and/or folders? 6. If you don’t remember the syntax when using icacls.exe, what command do you type to see the opTons? You can type icacls.exe /? at a command prompt. 7. Without using the icacls.exe tool, how could you view and modify the privileges of the ±les or folders of a shared drive? Windows Explorer can also be used to modify privileges. 8. Where do permissions modi±ed using the icacls.exe tool appear in the folder ProperTes?...
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