MCSE MCITP CCNA Boot Camps

 
  • Do you want to become MCSE /CCNA ?
     
  • Do you want to finish in 2/3 weeks?

 



 
 
 
 


 
 

 

CCNA Training, MCSE Training, A+ Certification, MCSA, CCNP, Network+, Security+, CISSP, MCSD, CCSP,

MCSE Bootcamp Training - Cheapest, Fast, Guaranteed MCSE certification

 

MCSE Boot Camp, CCNA Bootcamps, CCNP Boot camp Certification Training

MCSE Guide

Free MCSE
Free MCSE Training
MCSE
MCSE 2003
MCSE Books
MCSE Boot Camp
MCSE Brain dumps
MCSE Certification
MCSE Exam
MCSE Free
MCSE Jobs
MCSE Logo
MCSE Online
MCSE Online Training
MCSE Practice
MCSE Practice Exams
MCSE Practice Tests
MCSE Requirements
MCSE Resume
MCSE Salary
MCSE Self Paced Training Kit
MCSE Study
MCSE Study Guide
MCSE Study Guides
MCSE Test
MCSE Testing
MCSE Training
MCSE Training Kit
MCSE Training Video
MCSE Windows 2003
Microsoft MCSE Training
Training MCSE
Windows 2003 MCSE

 

 

MCSE : Security Specialist

Control access to files and folders by using permissions.

  • In Windows 2000, new files and new subfolders inherit permissions from the folder in which they are created.
  • You can set file permissions only on drives formatted with NTFS.
  • To change permissions, you must be the owner or have been granted permission to do so by the owner.
  • Groups or users granted Full Control for a folder can delete files and subfolders within that folder regardless of the permissions protecting the files and subfolders.
  • If the check boxes under Permissions are shaded, the file or folder has inherited the permissions from the parent folder, as in the graphic below.

Permissions on drives formatted with NTFS:

From Windows Explorer, right-click the file or folder select properties, and then click Security. Select add or remove to add users or groups and the basic permissions to grant them.

 


Vibrant Worldwide Inc.
RHCE Redhat Certification training | MCITP Boot Camp