5.2.4.7 Lab - Create a Partition in Windows 7 and Vista.docx

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a. Click Start > Computer to open the Computer window. s. Right-click on the ITE (I:) volume, and select Properties from the drop down menu. © 2019 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public. Page 10 of 12
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Lab – Create a Partition in Windows 7 and Vista What type of File System is used for the ITE (I:) drive? NTFS What are the tabs in the ITE (I:) Properties window? General, Tools, Hardware, Sharing, Security, Previous Version, Quota, Customize When the volume was FAT32, there were seven tabs. What are the names of the new tabs that were added after the volume was converted to NTFS? Security, Quota t. Click Cancel to close the ITE (I:) Properties window. Step 7: Display the properties of the ITE Test Document. a. In the left pane of the Computer window, click ITE (I:) . u. Right-click on the ITE Test Document , then select Properties from the drop down menu. What are the tabs in the ITE Test Document Properties window? General, Security, Previous Versions, Details © 2019 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public. Page 11 of 12
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Lab – Create a Partition in Windows 7 and Vista When the volume was FAT32, there were three tabs. What is the name of the new tab that was added after the volume was converted to NTFS? Security v. Close all open windows. Reflection Why is there an additional Security tab in the properties windows for documents stored on an NTFS volume? NTFS incorporates additional security, features and extended attributes. The security tab provides a way to display and change permissions of the documents stored on its volume. © 2019 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public. Page 12 of 12
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