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Q. How can share permissions be used to secure a share in the domain?
A. Share permissions for a share, such as a shared folder, can be assigned to both groups and users. Assigning different levels of access to a share, which typically means greatly limiting full control of the share, enables you to protect the data in a share from being overwritten or deleted.
Q. How are share permissions assigned to groups and users?
A. The Share Permissions tab of the share’s Properties dialog box enables you to add users and groups and then assign them different permission levels for the share.
Q. How do NTFS permissions differ from share permissions?
A. NTFS permissions can be applied only to folders and files on a NTFS volume. NTFS permissions can be applied at the file level, differing from share permissions, which can be applied only at the share or folder levels (not the file level).
Q. What security feature provided by NTFS volumes can be used to secure files both on the server and as they move across the network wire when they are accessed by users?
A. You encrypt files on NTFS volumes by using the Encrypting File System. This encryption system protects files transparently as they are accessed by domain users.
Q. What file encryption system can be used to encrypt the volume that contains the Windows operating system files?
A. BitLocker drive encryption can be used to encrypt the Windows operating system volume, including paging files and applications.

 

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