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24.In the General tab, type ClassRule in the Rule name text box. Make sure the rule is enabled.25.Click the Scopetab.
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MOAC 70-412: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 R2 Services26.Click the Addbutton. Navigate to the C:\SharedFolderand then click OK.27.Click the Classificationtab. 28.In the Classification method section, select Folder Classifier. 29.Under Property, FileClass, and Yesshould already be selected in the Property section.30.Click the Evaluation Typetab.31.Click to select the Re-evaluate existing property values. Aggregate the values should already be selected. 32.Click OKto close the Create Classification Rule dialog box.33.In File Server Resource Manager, under Actions, click Run Classification with All Rules Now.34.When the Run Classification dialog box opens, click Wait for classification to complete. Click OK. 35.If a Windows Internet Explorer 10 dialog box appears, click Don’t use recommended settingsand then click OK.36.When the classification is complete, the Automatic Classification Report opens. You should see one file is classified.37.Take a screenshot showing the Automatic Classification Report by pressing Alt+Prt Scr and then paste it into your Lab 5 worksheet file in the page provided by pressing Ctrl+V.
MOAC 70-412: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 R2 Services38.Close the Automatic Classification Report.39.Close File Server Resource Manager.End of exercise. Close any open windows before you begin the next exercise.Exercise 5.4Configuring File Access AuditingOverviewIn this exercise, you will use a group policy to enable file object auditing. You will then enable auditing in a folder. MindsetWhat are the components that must be configured to enable auditing of a folder or file?Completion time20 minutes1.On RWDC01, using Server Manager, click Tools > Group Policy Management.2.When the Group Policy Management console opens, expand the Domain Controllersto show the Default Domain Controllers Policy. Then right-click theDefault Domain Controllers Default Policyand choose Edit.3.When the Group Policy Management Editor appears, expand Computer Configuration, Policies, Windows Settings, Security Settings, Advanced
MOAC 70-412: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 R2 ServicesAudit Policy Configuration, Audit Policies, and then click Audit Policies(as shown in Figure 5-4).Figure 5-4Configuring an audit policyQuestion4Which audit policies are defined by default?none4.In the left pane, click Object Accessand then double-click Audit File System. The Audit File Share Properties dialog box opens.5.On the Audit File System Properties dialog box, click to select Configure the following audit eventsand then click to select Successand Failure.
MOAC 70-412: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 R2 Services6.Click OKto close the Audit File System Properties dialog box.7.Close the Group Policy Management Editor.8.Close Group Policy Management.9.On Server01, open the File Explorer by clicking the File Explorericon on the taskbar.

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