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Managing NTFS permissions and ACL’s with PowerShell

We’ll start with inheritance. Sometimes (when creating folder for roaming profiles) we need to disable inheritance in order to avoid users to access other user’s folders. 272 more words

PowerShell

How to copy copious amounts of data seamlessly with Robocopy

At one point in time, I found myself needing to move data from one server to a new server. Often times this happens when replacing a server. 236 more words

Software

Count upon Security

There is another special file inside NTFS that also contains a wealth of historical information about operations that occurred on the NTFS volume, the Update Sequence Number (USN) … 965 more words

Security

BetaNews: NTFS bug allows any website to crash Windows 7, 8.1

This looks more annoying than anything else, but: from BetaNews: NTFS bug allows any website to crash Windows 7, 8.1. “Users of older versions of Windows aren’t having the best time of it lately. 60 more words

Security & Legal Issues

Mounting NTFS Drives on Mac for Free

I had trouble writing to ntfs drives since upgrading to Sierra. In order to write to it:

  • get the name of the drive(replacing all spaces with “\040”)
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Mac

Enumerating NTFS ACE/ACL settings

When dealing with large file stores you occasionally have to review and audit what has been configured (in the future GDPR has the potential to make this compulsory). 301 more words

IT

Types of File Systems

What is a File System ?

A filesystem is the methods and data structures that an operating system uses to keep track of files on a disk or partition that is, the way the files are organized on the disk. 434 more words

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