One of the critical daily functions of server administrators is deciding where users should store their files and who should be permitted to access them.
Following are points which will cover in coming sections

Creating folder shares

Sharing folders makes them accessible to network users. After you have configured the disks on a file server, you must ...
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Assigning permissions

Using Windows Server 2012 R2, you can control access to a file server to provide network users the access they ...
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Configuring Volume Shadow Copies

Volume Shadow Copies is a Windows Server 2012 R2 feature that enables you to maintain previous versions of files on ...
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Configuring NTFS quotas

Managing disk space is a constant concern for server administrators, and one way to prevent users from monopolizing storage is ...
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Configuring Work Folders

Work Folders is a Windows Server 2012 R2 feature that enables administrators to provide their users with synchronized access to ...
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