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Permissions
What the Permissions
- Permissions define the type of access granted to a user, group, or
computer to access r...
4-select Sharing – sharing this folder

4- click permissions and select everyone and click remove
5- click Add add your user (u8) and administrator

6- for administrator give full control (allow full control )
7- for user (u8 ) give read ( allow read )

8- in the client logon as user (u8)
9- open my network place – open entire net...
10open Microsoft windows network – select the domain (mcse)
double click – system name (sys1) - double click on your folde...
4- select –security

5- select advanced
7- uncheck the box
8-click remove – ok

Allow inheritable permission from

1- click Add add your user (u8) and administrat...
10- Give for user Read and Full control for administrator
11open my network place – open entire network
12open Microsoft w...
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  1. 1. Permissions What the Permissions - Permissions define the type of access granted to a user, group, or computer to access resource objects. - Permissions can be applied to resources objects such as files, folders, and printers Like: Privilege to read a file, delete a file, or to create a new file in folder. - Permissions can be assigned to users and groups in Active Directory or on a local computer What Are Shared ?Folders? - You can share only folders, not files - Default permission on shared folders is Everyone, Read - When you copy or move a shared folder, the folder is no longer shared - To hide a shared folder, include a $ after the name of the shared folder Types of Permissions: 1- Share Level Permissions: - Can be Implemented on NTFS and FAT partitions - Applies to Share Folders only and can be access from Network - Share Permissions can be set only on Drives and Folders - Different Share Permissions are Read, Change, Full Control 2- how to create Share Level Permissions : 1- create user eg: (u8 ) 2- create folder in any drive and create some files in the folder (sharefolder) 3- right click on folder (sharefolder) – select share and security
  2. 2. 4-select Sharing – sharing this folder 4- click permissions and select everyone and click remove
  3. 3. 5- click Add add your user (u8) and administrator 6- for administrator give full control (allow full control )
  4. 4. 7- for user (u8 ) give read ( allow read ) 8- in the client logon as user (u8) 9- open my network place – open entire network
  5. 5. 10open Microsoft windows network – select the domain (mcse) double click – system name (sys1) - double click on your folder (sharefolder ) and check the output Permission Read Change Full control The output You can Read only the folders and files You can read and create new file or folders but you cannot delete the original files or folder (the file or folder created by administrator or the owner of the share folder ) You can Read and change 2- Security Level Permissions: - Can be Implemented Only on NTFS partitions - Applies to Local NTFS Drives only - NTFS Permissions can be set on Drives, Files and Folders - Different Permissions are Full Control, Modify, Read & Execute, Write, Read, and List Folder Contents - File permissions override folder permissions - Creators of files and folders are their owners how to create security Permissions: 1- create user eg: (u8 ) 2- create folder in any drive and create some files in the folder (ecurityfolder) 3- right click on folder (securityfolder) – select share and security
  6. 6. 4- select –security 5- select advanced
  7. 7. 7- uncheck the box 8-click remove – ok Allow inheritable permission from 1- click Add add your user (u8) and administrator
  8. 8. 10- Give for user Read and Full control for administrator 11open my network place – open entire network 12open Microsoft windows network – select the domain (mcse) double click – system name (sys1) - double click on your folder (ecurityfolder ) and check the output Permission Read Read /write Write Modify Full control Output Read Read /write Access Denied Read/rename /delete /but cannot add permission to anther user Read/rename /delete / add permission to anther user

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