NTFS, Users, and Groups
Not every computer is a part of some vast corporate network. Not everyone logs on to a domain and manipulates multiple file servers to carry out their business. Sometimes, a system stands alone. And lest you take pity on this lonely PC—or worse, ignore it entirely—you must still think about its security. Even without a network, a single computer contains plenty of vital data, and it is these very systems that will be accessed by multiple users (because, ...