As we’ve said in previous chapters, the whole point of a network is to share resources among the users. Your goal as a system administrator is to make sure everyone can find and use the resources they need without compromising security. Sharing and permissions are extensions of the security features that begin with user accounts and passwords and are at the heart of an administrator’s responsibilities.
Windows Server 2003 supports four kinds of file resource sharing:
Network File System (NFS) Shared Folders
Active Directory Shared ...