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If you have NTFS drives other than the system drive on the computer running a Windows operating system, the Setup program does not create any special permissions there. The program grants the Everyone group Full Control over the entire drive, so that anyone can perform any action, including modifying or deleting existing files. It is up to the administrators to implement a system of permissions on these drives once users have populated them with files and folders.
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Share permissions constitute an access control mechanism that enables you to specify which users and groups are permitted to access a shared resource over the network, and what degree of access they should have. By default, when the Windows Server 2003 operating system is installed, the Windows Setup program creates only administrative shares. Each drive on the computer has a hidden administrative share, named with the drive letter followed by a dollar sign ($). These are special shares that you cannot delete, and you cannot modify their permissions.
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Tip When creating a file system share, appending a dollar sign to the share name causes the Windows operating system to keep the share hidden. You cannot see hidden shares when you browse the network using My Network Places, but you can still access them by typing the share name in the Run dialog box. For example, to access the administrative share on drive C on a computer called Server01, you would type \\Server01\C$ in the Open text box in the Run dialog box.
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When you create a new file system share on a computer running Windows Server 2003, by default the Everyone group receives only the Read permission. You must modify the defaults to give users greater access to the share. The Permissions dialog box you use to modify the share permissions is shown in Figure 8-4. This default is new to Windows Server 2003. On computers running the Windows XP and Windows 2000 operating sys tems, the Everyone group receives the Full Control permission on all newly created shares. You must modify or remove this permission to control access to the shares.
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The Permissions dialog box for a file share
Real World File System and Share Permissions
Share permissions are completely separate from file system permissions. File sys tem permissions affect all users, whether they are accessing the drive over the network or sitting at the computer console. Share permissions affect only users who are accessing the resource over the network. A network user must therefore have both the appropriate file system permissions and the appropriate share permissions to access a shared drive or folder on a remote computer. Many network administrators use either file system permissions or share permis sions to secure their drives, but not both, to avoid confusion. Keep in mind, however, that securing a share does not prevent users from accessing the share s files from the computer s console. For this reason, it is common practice among many administrators to rely entirely on file system permissions and not to use share permissions for access control.
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Registry Permissions
The registry of the Windows operating system contains a great deal of configuration data for many applications and many elements of the operating system. Installing applications and configuring operating system settings modifies registry elements. It is also possible to modify the registry manually, but this is a dangerous practice because even the slightest incorrect setting can cause a catastrophic malfunction. To protect the registry, the Windows operating system includes a separate system of permissions that enable you to specify who has access to the registry and to what degree. You modify registry permissions using the Registry Editor (Regedit.exe) program, using a Permis sions dialog box like the one shown in Figure 8-5.
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