Examine permissions, shares, and group policy in Windows Small Business Server 2003
Permissions are critical to controlling access to resources on the network, and group policy provides a handy tool for managing a multitude of settings across the domain. Learn how to set permissions so that your server is both secure and accessible, and harness the power of group policy, administrative templates, software setting and Windows settings to apply changes to user, group, and computer permissions.
In this sample chapter from How to Cheat at Managing Windows Small Business Server 2003, first investigate share and NT File System (NTFS) permissions and learn how to configure and manage them in an organized, secure manner. Next, learn how to share resources such as files and folders so they're available to users across the network. Finally, tackle the topic of group policy, which allows you to configure and manager user and computer settings at a very detailed level. By the end of the chapter, you will understand group policy, group policy objects, and how to work with group policies in your domain.
Title: How to Cheat at Managing Windows Small Business Server 2003
Published: April 2006
Authors: Susan Snedaker, Daniel H. Bendell (Technical Editor)
Chapter: Chapter 8: Permissions, Shares, and Group Policy
Published by Syngress Publishing