NTFS vs Share Permissions

NTFS vs. Share Permissions Now that we’ve introduced all the types of users who would access your network, we must discuss the varying levels of access and permissions the network resources they’ll access have. We begin by defining what NTFS is and explaining the difference between it and Share Permissions.  Then we examine how file formatting impacts access to network resources and the importance of selecting the correct file format when formatting a drive. You’ll learn if permissions/rights change for local or remote access events, the difference between read only, read/write & full permissions, what happens to a shared file in use when more than one user attempts to access it, and much more.
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