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Introduction to Shared Folders Shared folders provide network users access to files. Users connect to the shared folder over the network. Users must have permission to access the shared folder. Shared Folder Permissions Are determined by the type of data in the folder.

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introduction to shared folders
Introduction to Shared Folders
  • Shared folders provide network users access to files.
  • Users connect to the shared folder over the network.
  • Users must have permission to access the shared folder.
shared folder permissions
Shared Folder Permissions
  • Are determined by the type of data in the folder.
  • Apply to the entire folder, not to individual files.
  • Don’t restrict access to users at that computer.
  • Are the only way to secure network resources on a FAT volume.
  • Full Control is the default folder permission that is assigned to the Everyone group when you share a folder.
allowing shared folder permissions
Allowing Shared Folder Permissions
  • You can allow or deny shared folder permissions.
  • You should allow, rather than deny, permissions.
  • You should assign permissions to a group.
  • You deny permissions only to override applied permissions.
how shared folder permissions are applied
How Shared Folder Permissions Are Applied
  • Multiple permissions combine.
  • Denying permissions overrides other permissions.
  • NTFS permissions are required on NTFS volumes.
  • Copied or moved folders are no longer shared.
guidelines for shared folder permissions
Guidelines for Shared Folder Permissions
  • Determine the level of access.
  • Assign permissions to groups.
  • Assign the most restrictive permissions.
  • Organize resources.
  • Use intuitive names.
  • Use short shared folder names.
shared application folders
Shared Application Folders
  • Contain applications installed on a network server and used from client computers
  • Make it unnecessary to install and maintain most components of the application on every computer
shared data folders
Shared Data Folders
  • Are used to exchange public and working data
  • Are created on a volume that is separate from the operating system and applications
requirements for sharing folders
Requirements for Sharing Folders
  • In a domain environment
    • Administrators and Server Operators groups can share folders anywhere in the domain.
    • The Power Users group can share folders residing only on the local computer.
  • In a workgroup, Administrators and Power Users groups can share folders on the local computer.
  • On an NTFS volume, users must have Read permission.
administrative shared folders
Administrative Shared Folders
  • Windows 2000 automatically shares folders.
  • Share names are appended with a dollar sign ($).
    • The root of each volume on a hard disk, C$.
    • CD-ROM drives, E$.
    • The system root folder, Admin$.
    • The systemroot\System32\Spool\Drivers folder, Print$.
  • You can share additional folders and append a $.
caching
Caching
  • Copies of the files in a shared folder are stored in a cache.
  • The cache is on your hard disk, so files are available offline.
  • The default cache size is 10% of the available disk space.
  • You can change the size of the cache.
modifying shared folders
Modifying Shared Folders
  • Stop sharing a folder.
  • Modify the share name.
  • Modify shared folder permissions
  • Share a folder multiple times.
  • Remove a share name.
connecting to a shared folder
Connecting to a Shared Folder
  • Map Network Drive wizard
  • Run command
  • My Network Places
strategies for combining permissions
Strategies for Combining Permissions
  • Share folders with the default permission.
  • Use NTFS permissions to control access.
  • Apply different NTFS permissions to each file and subfolder.
  • The more restrictive permission always overrides.