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Introduction Selecting and deploying a network operating system is one of the most important tasks shouldered by a network administrator. In this book, I wanted to put together a body of information related to the newest version of Microsoft’s powerful network operating system platform—Microsoft Windows Server 2008—that would not only highlight the functions and capabilities […]

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Installing Internet Information Service 7.0 Before you install IIS on a server, you should keep in mind a couple of security-related issues. First, you should definitely install IIS on an NTFS volume, which enables you to secure IIS resource files with the stronger permissions provided by NTFS. You might also consider installing IIS on a […]

Working with Printer Permissions When a printer is shared on the network, different levels of default permissions are assigned to domain groups. For example, the Everyone group (which includes all users in the domain) is provided with the Print permission. Depending on your inclination toward printers and security, you can remove the default permissions for […]

Mixing Share and NTFS Permissions Having two different sets of permissions—share and NTFS—to protect folders and files can lead to some confusion because these permissions interact to determine a user or group’s access to a particular object. Basically, the share permissions enable you to interact with the share (the folder), and the NTFS permissions determine […]

Summary Share permissions enable you to control access to volume and folder shares on a file server. Share permissions can be set for groups and users. NTFS permissions can be assigned to volumes, folders, or files on an NTFS volume. NTFS permissions secure a folder or file on the local computer and on the network. […]

Taking Ownership of an NTFS File By default, the creator of a folder or a file on NTFS volumes is the owner of that object. This enables that user to set the permissions related to that file or folder (or to delete the file and folder). Ownership of an NTFS file or folder is similar […]

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