Pop Quiz: Windows 7 Permissions
Applies to the "Managing files and folders" objective of Exam 98-349.
Q: A user has created a network share and assigned the share and NTFS permissions to Full Control and Read & execute.
What level of access will users have when accessing the network share?
- Full Control
- No access
- Read & execute
Answer is D. When share and NTFS permissions are combined, the most restrictive permission is the effective permission.
Quick Tip: Granting users the share permission Full Control and NTFS as required is the most efficient method of managing file and folders.
Share and NTFS Permissions on a File Server
Bonus Question: Which Windows 7 applet in used to manage printer drivers? (The answer, of course, will be revealed next time!)
Answer to bonus question from last week: The New Technology File System (NTFS) is required when configuring BitLocker, encrypting file system (EFS), and compression.
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