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Windows PowerShell™ 2.0: Administrator’s Pocket Consultant by William R. Stanek

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Chapter 11. Managing Shares, Printers, and TCP/IP Networking

As an administrator, you enable networked computers to communicate and share resources using the basic networking features built into Windows. You use TCP/IP to enable network communications. You use network shares and printers to share resources across the enterprise.

Managing Network Shares

When you share a directory or a drive, you make all its files and subdirectories available to a specified set of users. You can enable network shares only on disks formatted with NTFS. When you do, two sets of permissions determine who has access to shared files: NTFS permissions and share permissions. Together, ...

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