Logon and Access Security
Basic security issues that are common to all networks include the level of security, the proper use of passwords, and the centralization of control. Most decent computer systems won’t let you get very far unless you have been authenticated and authorized to access the resource. Windows networks use two types of access control: share-level access control and user-level access control.
Implementing Share-Level Security
Older Windows operating systems use share-level access control, where a network administrator assigns each shared resource a password. These resources are generally either shared folders where data or programs are stored or shared printers. All users attempting to access the resource must supply the same ...