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Windows 7 HomeGroup is not compatible with Windows XP and Windows Vista
Windows 7 HomeGroup is not compatible with Windows XP and Windows Vista
What does Network Discovery allow you to do ?
The computer can see other computers and devices and is visible to other network computers
Encryption only works on the the Professional, Ultimate, and Enterprise editions.
Encryption only works on the the Professional, Ultimate, and Enterprise editions.
How can network objects be managed ?
Network objects can be managed ADDS, Group Policy, ACLs
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There are two sets of permission entries you can use to determine access to a folder on a file server:

* share permissions and

* NTFS permissions
There are two sets of permission entries you can use to determine access to a folder on a file server:

* share permissions and

* NTFS permissions
Tip:

Share permissions apply only to users accessing an object via the network.

NTFS permissions apply to both local and network users.
Share permissions apply only to users accessing an object via the network.

NTFS permissions apply to both local and network users.
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Permissions can be explicit or inherited.

Explicit permissions are set by default on non-child objects when you create them. You can also set explicit permissions manually on non-child, parent, or child objects inherited

When permissions are imparted from a parent object to another object, they are referred to as inherited permissions. They simplify the management of permissions, and enable you to ensure consistency of permissions among all the objects in a given container.
When permissions are imparted from a parent object to another object, they are referred to as inherited permissions. They simplify the management of permissions, and enable you to ensure consistency of permissions among all the objects in a given container.
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Objects in a container inherit the container's permissions by default when you create them.
Objects in a container inherit the container's permissions by default when you create them.
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There are three methods you can use to make changes to inherited permissions:

* modifying the parent object's permissions

* enabling a permission to override the inherited deny permission

* disabling the setting that configures the object to inherit any permissions from the parent object
Tip:

There are three methods you can use to make changes to inherited permissions:

* modifying the parent object's permissions

* enabling a permission to override the inherited deny permission

* disabling the setting that configures the object to inherit any permissions from the parent object