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To simplify the administration process, you should always assign permissions to ____ rather than to individuals.


a. security groups
Windows Server 2012 supports two types of folder shares. What are those two types?

d. Network File System and Server Message Blocks
Users generally do not understand the concept of network drive sharing. They only know they can store their files "on my F: drive" and are unaware that someone else's F: drive might point to a different folder. What do we call this concept of having a drive letter associated to a user's network folder?

c. Mapping drives
What is the primary tool in Windows Server 2012 to take control of the shares on all your disks on all your servers and exercise granular control over their properties?

d. File and Storage Services in Server Manager
You know that installing Windows Server 2012 includes Storage Services by default. Why can't you then create and manage SMB shares using Server Manager? What must be installed first?

a. File Server role service
The company's Board of Directors would like you to create private folders, which users should not know exist. While you are creating the new network share for their folders, which New Share option should you choose to prevent users from seeing the folders?

c. Enable access-based enumeration
Knowing how permissions can be cumulative or override each other is an important factor in understanding what?

d. Understanding effective access
Which of these is NOT one of the Windows permission systems?

b. File permissions
When you manage permissions in any of the Windows Server 2012 permission systems, you are actually creating and modifying the _______ in an _______.

d. access control entries; access control list
You grant a user the NTFS permissions needed to access a file. You then move the file to a different location. Is the user still able to access the file?

a. Yes, when you move the file, its permissions go with it.
What are an administrator's choices for managing file permissions on a drive formatted as FAT32?

b. If the drive is a network share, then Share permissions can be used.
What is the Windows Server 2012 feature that enables you to maintain previous versions of files on a server, so that if users accidentally delete or overwrite a file, they can access a copy?

d. Volume Shadow Copies
What is the maximum number of shadow copies supported by Windows Server 2012?

c. 64
With the Volume Shadow Copy Service enabled, what does the system do if the maximum number of copies supported by Windows Server 2012 is reached?

d. The system copies, and then deletes the oldest copy.
After applying permissions to a group that already inherits permissions, you are concerned about the effective access. Rather than examine and evaluate all possible permission sources, where can you check the effective access more easily?

b. Clicking the Effective Access tab on the Advanced Security Settings dialog box
When configuring file and share access, why should you assign permissions?

c. To improve data security by granting file and share access only to those users who need it
If massive shares were split across multiple servers, what is the best way to make them appear as a single, unified directory tree?

a. Windows Server 2012 Distributed File System
Which of the following permission systems is responsible for controlling access to files and folders stored on the local disk volume?

b. NTFS permissions
Order the steps to create a folder share.

a. Select one of the File share profile options: SMB Share–Quick, SMB Share–Advanced, SMB Share–Applications, NFS Share–Quick, and NFS Share–Advanced. Correct
b. Click Shares in the submenu and, from the Tasks menu, select New Share. Correct
c. Select the server, path, and share name. Correct
d. Log on to Windows Server 2012 with administrative privileges. Correct
e. Configure share settings: Enable access-based enumeration, Allow caching of share, Enable BranchCache on the file share, and Encrypt data access. Correct
g. Specify permissions to control access and click next to confirm and create. Correct
Which of the following steps are needed to set share permission on a folder?
Select one or more:

b. Log on to Windows Server 2012 with administrative privileges.
c. Select the type of permissions to assign needed
d. Choose apply and hit OK
e. Click the SMB Share tab. Click Add, and then select a principal (for example, user, computer, service account, or group).
Using File and Storage Services in Server Manager, you will create a new share. The New Share Wizard prompts you for a profile. You need a profile that provides SMB sharing with settings suitable for Hyper-V and other applications. Which do you choose?

c. SMB Share–Applications
Using File and Storage Services in Server Manager, you will create a new share. The New Share Wizard prompts you for a profile. You need a profile for basic SMB sharing with full share and NTFS permissions. Which do you choose?

a. SMB Share–Quick
Using File and Storage Services in Server Manager, you will create a new share. The New Share Wizard prompts you for a profile. You need a profile that provides basic NFS sharing with authentication and permissions. Which do you choose?

e. NFS Share–Quick

Using File and Storage Services in Server Manager, you will create a new share. The New Share Wizard prompts you for a profile. You need a profile that provides NFS sharing with authentication and permissions, plus access to services provided by File Server Resource Manager. Which do you choose?


d. NFS Share–Advanced