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Combining Shared Folder Permissions and NTFS Permissions
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nection to the Users shared folder What are User1 s permissions for the User2 subfolder
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Use the following questions to help determine whether you have learned enough to move on to the next lesson. If you have difficulty answering these questions, review the material in this lesson before beginning the next lesson. You can find answers to these questions in the Questions and Answers section at the end of this chapter. 1. If you are using both shared folder and NTFS permissions, the ______________ (least/most) restrictive permission is always the overriding permission. 2. Which of the following statements about combining shared folder permissions and NTFS permissions are true (Choose all that apply.) a. You can use shared folder permissions on all shared folders. b. The Change shared folder permission is more restrictive than the Read NTFS permission. c. You can use NTFS permissions on all shared folders. d. The Read NTFS permission is more restrictive than the Change shared folder permission. 3. Which of the following statements about shared folder permissions and NTFS permissions are true (Choose all that apply.) a. NTFS permissions apply only when the resource is accessed over the network. b. NTFS permissions apply whether the resource is accessed locally or over the network. c. Shared folder permissions apply only when the resource is accessed over the network. d. Shared folder permissions apply whether the resource is accessed locally or over the network. 4. If needed, you can apply different ______________________ permissions to each folder, file, and subfolder.
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To combine shared folder and NTFS permissions, you should take the following steps: a. Calculate the NTFS effective permissions for the user. b. Calculate the shared folder effective permissions for the user. c. Analyze the results of steps 1 and 2, and select the result that is the more restrictive of the two. This will be the user s effective permission for the shared folder.
On a FAT volume, the shared folder permissions are the only available way to provide security for the folders you have shared and for the folders and files they contain. On an NTFS volume, you can assign NTFS permissions to individual users and groups to better control access to the files and subfolders in the shared folders. On an NTFS volume, you can apply different NTFS permissions to each file and subfolder in a shared folder.
Case Scenario Exercise
In this exercise, you will read a scenario about planning shared folders and then answer the questions that follow. If you have difficulty completing this work, review the material in this chapter before beginning the next chapter. You can find answers to these questions in the Questions and Answers section at the end of this chapter.
Scenario
You are an administrator working for a company named Contoso, Ltd., a manufacturer of telephone systems used in airplanes. You are planning how to share resources on servers in the company s main office. Record your decisions in the table at the end of this exercise. Figure 9-10 illustrates a partial folder structure for the servers at the manufacturing company.
Lesson 2
Combining Shared Folder Permissions and NTFS Permissions
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Server1 C:
Server2 C:
Users User_name Server3 D:
Data Customer service Public
Applications Spreadsheet Word processing Project management
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Database Customers Management guidelines
Figure 9-10
A partial folder structure for the servers at a manufacturing company
You need to make resources on these servers available to network users. To do this, determine which folders to share and which permissions to assign to groups, including the appropriate built-in groups. Base your planning decisions on the following criteria:
Members of the Managers group need to read and revise documents in the Management Guidelines folder. Nobody else should have access to this folder. Administrators need complete access to all shared folders, except for Management Guidelines. The customer service department needs its own network location to store working files. All customer service representatives are members of the Customer Service group.
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