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Windows Server® 2012 Inside Out by William R. Stanek

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Chapter 15. File Sharing and Security

File-sharing essentials

Creating and publishing shared folders

Managing share permissions

Managing access permissions

Managing file shares after configuration

Managing claims-based access controls

Auditing file and folder access

Shadow copy essentials

Managing shadow copies in Computer Management

Configuring shadow copies at the command line

SHARING files means that you allow users to access files from across the network. The most basic way to share files is to create a shared folder and make it accessible to users through a mapped network drive. In most cases, you don’t want everyone with access to the network to be able to read, modify, or delete the shared files. So, when you share files, the share permissions on ...

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