Chapter 16. Managing Windows Server 2008 File Systems

Chapter 14 discussed storage management, which primarily focuses on storage technologies and techniques for configuring storage. As discussed in that chapter, disks can be apportioned in many ways but ultimately must be formatted with a particular file system. The file system provides the environment for working with files and folders. Windows Server 2008 provides the file allocation table (FAT) and NTFS file system (NTFS) as the basic file system types. These file systems and their various extensions ...

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