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4: Network Resources
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14: Understanding Resource Sharing and NTFS Security
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Figure 14-5. and groups.
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You can select an account database from which to select users
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Figure 14-6. This dialog box helps you determine which users and groups are available.
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5 After you ve added the users and groups to which you want to grant access
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to the Users And Groups dialog box, click OK. You will be returned to the Security tab of the properties dialog box, where you can select each user or group and explicitly set Allow or Deny permissions.
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caution
Be careful when assigning permissions. If you assign the Deny permissions to some groups, all members of those groups will be denied access, even if they are granted access through their user accounts or as members of other groups that have access. This occurs because Allow permissions are cumulative, but Deny permissions override all other permissions. Although denying access to entire groups might be desirable on occasion, try to establish permissions by clearing or selecting the check boxes in the Allow column and avoid using the check boxes in the Deny column.
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note If you are using Windows XP Professional in a domain environment, you can also
advertise your local printer in the Active Directory printer list. If your computer has been placed in a domain, you ll also see a List In The Directory option on the Sharing tab. By activating this option, computers running Windows 2000 or Windows XP Professional can share printers and have them automatically published to Active Directory. Network users can then browse Active Directory and locate the printer based on its location and even by its features.
Connecting to a Shared Printer
Users can connect to a shared printer in the same way they connect to a shared folder, through My Network Places or by specifying the printer s Universal Naming Convention (UNC) path. The first time you connect to a shared printer, the appropriate drivers are downloaded to the computer, and the current print queue opens. You can browse the print queue and see which files are waiting to be printed so that you can monitor your print jobs. By default, users on the network are given the Print permission. This means that they can print to the printer and manage their own print documents in the queue. As shown in Figure 14-7, users can access the print queue, select their files that are waiting to be printed, and use the Document menu to pause or cancel any of their print jobs. Users cannot alter the state of another user s print jobs or control the printer in any other way.
Figure 14-7.
Network users can manage their own documents in the print queue.
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Users can choose the Printer menu and choose Printing Preferences to control the printing options, such as Orientation and Page Order, for their documents. Users can also choose Properties from the Printer menu and browse the printer s properties, but these options appear dimmed and are unavailable so that users don t change the printer s base configuration.
Managing the Shared Printer
Once you share a printer, it is your job to manage the printer and make sure it is available and working when network clients need it. This includes keeping the paper tray full and managing ink cartridges of course, but the tasks described in the following sections also fall within the scope of management.
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Managing the Print Queue
As mentioned in the previous section, users cannot manage other users print jobs. However, you, as the printer administrator, do have total control over the print queue. This means that you can open the print queue at any time and cancel or pause files that are in the queue. You can also use the Printer menu to cancel all documents that are waiting to be printed, or you can pause all printing. Why might you need these options or this level of control Consider a few examples:
G In a small network of five computers, there might be a single shared printer.
As the administrator, you can look in the print queue, and you might observe that five print jobs are waiting. If the second print job waiting to print is over 200 pages and the remaining three are only one page each and are needed immediately, you can select the large print job and use the Document menu to simply cancel it. You can then inform the user that larger print jobs must wait until a less busy time of the day. Or, you can pause the large print job, let the remaining jobs print, and then allow the large job to print.
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