Ch 3: File, Share Access & Print Services

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If you're having trouble understanding share access, file and print services for Windows Server, take a look at this engaging and professionally written chapter. We've provided short lessons and self-assessment quizzes here that you can review 24/7 on your computer or mobile device.

File, Share Access & Print Services - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, you'll find lessons on print services, file and share access for Windows Server you can study at any time. Topics covered here include files and directories in operating systems, creating Windows Server 2012 R2 folder shares and establishing NTFS permissions. Work through these lessons at your own pace and feel free to go back as much as needed for complete comprehension. If you're getting ready for a test, the lesson quizzes and chapter test can assist you in seeing how you might do on exam day. Once this chapter is completed, you should be ready to complete these goals:

  • Detail the organization and characteristics of files and directories in operating systems
  • Outline the responsibilities of a file manager in operating systems
  • Explain network discovery and offline files in creating Windows Server 2012 R2 folder shares
  • Assign permissions to folders and files in Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Establish and configure NTFS permissions
  • Discuss volume shadow copy, work folders and NTFS quotas
  • Identify print architecture, network printing and deployment for Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Describe the steps and features to share and manage printers
  • Use and install print and document services role in Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Explain server manager for remote management

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