2008 server sharing permission settings, 2012 shared server permissions settings, 2008 server sharing how to set up?


How do I set the server share file access rights? The usual practice is to use the operating system's folder access permission setting function and limit it with the server login account. Some users will further set the access permissions of the server shared files through the Windows domain controller, but the operation is relatively complicated and is not suitable for units without a dedicated network administrator. In this case, it can be realized by means of a dedicated server sharing file management software and a local area network sharing management tool.

For example, there is a "Large-to-LAN shared file management system" (download address: http://www.grabsun.com/gongxiangwenjianshenji.html), through this system can also be achieved only for read sharing Files are prohibited from copying shared files, only modifying shared files and prohibiting deletion of shared files, only opening shared files and prohibiting saving as local disks, and also preventing drag and drop of shared files and blocking printing of shared files, thus greatly protecting the server. The security of shared files, while operating system file access rights and Windows domain controller access rights are not possible.

The operation of this system is also very simple. After installing on the server, you can scan all the current shared folders, all the default accounts on the server, and then select a folder. Click on an account and check the corresponding permissions above to set the access permissions for a specific shared folder. As shown below:

At the same time, the system can also support the access to shared files for Windows domain accounts.

1. Click on <;Files & Storage Services> Select “Share”, then click “To create a file share, start the New Share Wizard”

2, here we can see the sharing of the five ways, here we simply say:

The first one: SMB sharing - fast

The easiest way, similar to simple sharing And similar to the public directory, that is, everyone has full control permissions

Second: SMB sharing - advanced

In this you can set the corresponding file type and quota limit, here again Included with the file type and quota restrictions

File type:

File type This function is a new feature of Windows Server 2012. The main purpose is to classify automatically or manually according to different file types. . We will explain in detail later.

Quota Limits:

In Windows Server 2003, the quota limit can only be for disks, while the Windows Server 2012 R2 quota limit can be for both folder and disk.

The third type: SMB sharing - application

In fact, this function is for me to develop specifically for Hyper-V, if you use a file server as storage, then All Hyper-V virtual machine systems are stored on the file server, and it is a good choice to do a load and redundancy.

Fourth: NFS share-fast, NFS share-advanced

Mainly used for shared use of Linux servers, we will not give specific instructions here.

3, here we mainly talk about the second, choose "SMB sharing - advanced", click & rdquo; next & ldquo;

4, here to choose Shared path

5. Setting the share name

6. In the figure below, we can see several functions, basically all added to Windows Server 2012 R2 or Enhanced features, let's briefly talk about these features:

Enable access-based enumeration: Simply put, if A users can only access the permissions of the A directory, then he will not see the share. In the following B directory, there will be no prompt to click the B directory without access rights, which enhances the user experience and also enhances the security of the file server.

Allow shared cache: There are two modes: distributed cache mode, hosted cache mode. The former is mainly used for offices without servers, and the latter is mainly used for branch offices to centrally manage all cached file information.

Encrypted data access: When the shared file is transferred, the data is encrypted to improve the security of data transmission.

7, we first disable the inherited permissions, and then manually add permissions

8, this time the directory permissions are empty, we click “ add & rdquo ;

9, then click “ select body”

10, enter the user who wants to set the corresponding permissions

11, then Set the corresponding permissions

12, click twice to confirm, this time you have already set the access permissions of the corresponding folder. Tip: When configuring permissions, you must configure a user with full control permissions. Otherwise, you will fail when you create SMB later.

13. There are four purposes for setting up folders. They are mainly used for classification rule management. Here we select ”user files“

14. We will not enable quotas for the time being. Please enable

15, confirm the configuration information, click & rdquo;Create“

16, create completed

17, at this time we can see some general application information such as shared folders, paths, protocols, clusters, space size, etc. on the management interface.

18, let's do a shared access test, we can successfully access the share.

19, at this time we can add and delete modified folders and files inside, the general deployment of the file server has been completed.

In short, the server shared file settings, on the one hand need convenient user access, give full play to the role of shared file server in file storage, collaborative office. On the other hand, you must also fully protect the security of server shared files, prevent unauthorized access, or disclose shared files. After all, shared files are usually intangible assets and trade secrets of the unit. Loss. Therefore, setting the access permissions of shared folders properly or not will be the key to protecting the shared files of the server.

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