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Microsoft® Windows Server 2003: Administrator’s Companion by Jason Gerend, Sharon Crawford, Charlie Russel

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NTFS

The NTFS format had been around, essentially unchanged, since the original version of Windows NT. Beginning with Windows 2000, and continuing with Windows Server 2003, Microsoft has made substantial changes to NTFS to support the new features that administrators and users have been asking for. These new features include shadow copies, disk quotas—finally—and the ability to encrypt files and whole file systems at the physical disk level.

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The new version of NTFS, introduced in Windows 2000, is a logical extension of the original NTFS but is not completely compatible with it. If you’re going to use NTFS in a dual-boot configuration with ...

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