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70-290: MCSE Guide to Managing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment, Enhanced Chapter 5: Managing File Access
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Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced 2 Objectives Identify and understand the differences between the various file systems supported in Windows Server 2003 Create and manage shared folders Understand and configure the shared folder permissions available in Windows Server 2003 Understand and configure the NTFS permissions available in Windows Server 2003
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Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced 3 Objectives (continued) Determine the impact of combining shared folder and NTFS permissions Convert partitions and volumes from FAT to NTFS
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Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced 4 Windows Server 2003 File Systems Three main file systems File Allocation Table (FAT) FAT32 NTFS Final choice of file system depends on How system will be used Whether there are multiple operating systems Security requirements NTFS is most highly recommended
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Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced 5 FAT Used by MS-DOS Supported by all versions of Windows since Traditionally limited to partitions up to 2 GB Windows Server 2003 version supports partitions up to 4 GB Limitations Small partition sizes No file system security features Disk space usage is poor
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Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced 6 FAT32 A derivative of the FAT file system Supports partition sizes up to 2 TB Still does not provide advanced security features Cannot configure permissions on file and folder resources
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Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced 7 NTFS Introduced with Windows NT operating system Current version (version 5) Windows NT 4.0 Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Server 2003 Theoretically supports partition sizes of up to 16 Exabytes (EB) Practically supports maximum partition sizes from 2 TB to 16 TB
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Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced 8 NTFS (continued) Advantages of NTFS Greater scalability and performance on larger partitions Support for Active Directory on systems configured as domain controllers Ability to configure security permissions on individual files and folders Built-in support for compression and encryption Ability to configure disk quotas for individual users Support for Remote Storage Recovery logging of disk activities
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Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced 9 Creating and Managing Shared Folders Shared folder A data resource made available over a network to authorized network clients Specific permissions required for creating, reading, modifying Groups that can create shared folders: Administrators Server Operators Power Users (only on member servers)
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Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced 10 Creating and Managing Shared Folders (continued) Several ways to create shared folders Two important methods Windows Explorer Interface Computer Management console Also allows shared folders to be monitored
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Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced 11 Using Windows Explorer Used since Windows 95 Can create, maintain, and share folders
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