Lesson 2 in Visual C#

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NTFS permissions can be configured using the ACL editor, which itself has three dialog boxes: the Security tab, Advanced Security Settings, and Permission Entry For. Permissions can be allowed or denied, explicit or inherited. A Deny permission takes precedence over an Allow permission; and an explicit permission takes precedence over an inherited permission. The result is that an explicit Allow permission can override an inherited Deny permission. Inheritance allows an administrator to manage permissions from a single parent folder that contains files and folders that share common resource access requirements. A new object s ACL will, by default, include the inheritable permissions from the parent folder. It is possible to change the effect of inherited permissions on an object several ways. You can modify the parent object s permission and allow the child object to inherit the new permission; you can set an explicit permission on the child object, which will take precedence over the inherited permission; or you can disallow inheritance on the object and configure an ACL with explicit permissions that define resource access. The Effective Permissions tab of the Advanced Security Settings dialog box is a useful tool that provides an approximation of resource access for a user or a group by analyzing that account s permissions as well as the permissions of groups to which that account belongs. The owner of an object can modify the object s ACL at any time. A user that is allowed Take Ownership permission may take ownership of the object, and administrators may take ownership of any object on the system. Administrators, Backup Operators, and other accounts that have been given the Restore Files And Directories user right can transfer ownership of a file or folder from the current owner to any other user or group.
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Lesson 3: Auditing File System Access
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Many organizations elect to audit file system access to provide insight into resource utilization and potential security vulnerabilities. Windows Server 2003 supports granular auditing based on user or group accounts and the specific actions performed by those accounts. To configure auditing, you must complete three steps: specify auditing settings, enable audit policy, and evaluate events in the security log. This lesson will explore these three processes and provide guidance to effective auditing so that you can leverage auditing to meet business requirements without being drowned in logged events.
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After this lesson, you will be able to
Configure audit settings on a file or folder Enable auditing on a stand-alone server or for a collection of servers Examine audited events in the Security log
Estimated lesson time: 20 minutes
Configuring Audit Settings
To specify the actions you wish to monitor and track, you must configure audit settings in the file s or folder s Advanced Security Settings dialog box. The Auditing tab, shown in Figure 6-12, looks strikingly similar to the Permissions tab before it. Instead of adding permissions entries, however, you add auditing entries.
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Figure 6-12
Auditing tab of the Advanced Security Settings dialog box
Click Add to select the user, group, or computer to audit. Then, in the Auditing Entry dialog box, as shown in Figure 6-13, indicate the permission uses to audit.
Lesson 3
Auditing File System Access
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Figure 6-13
Auditing Entry dialog box
You are able to audit for successes, failures, or both as the account attempts to access the resource using each of the granular permissions assigned to the object. Successes can be used to audit the following:
To log resource access for reporting and billing To monitor for access that would indicate that users are performing actions greater than what you had planned, indicating permissions are too generous To identify access that is out of character for a particular account, which might be a sign that a user account has been breached by a hacker
Auditing for failed access allows you:
To monitor for malicious attempts to access a resource to which access has been denied. To identify failed attempts to access a file or folder to which a user does require access. This would indicate that permissions are not sufficient to achieve a business task.
Audit settings, like permissions, follow rules of inheritance. Inheritable auditing settings are applied to objects that allow inheritance.
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