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Windows® 7 Administrator’s Pocket Consultant by William R. Stanek

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Chapter 14. Maintaining Data Access and Availability

  • Configuring Windows Explorer Options 513

  • Managing Offline Files 520

  • Configuring Disk Quotas 532

  • Using Branch Caching 540

Maintaining data access and availability is a key part of user and system administration. Beyond standard file and folder management, the key tasks you'll perform frequently include configuring Windows Explorer options, managing offline file settings, working with disk quotas, and managing branch caching. Windows Explorer options control the available file and folder management features as well as the available file types. Offline file settings control the availability of files and folders when users are working offline. Quotas help limit the amount of disk space available to ...

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