A lot can go wrong when it comes to file sharing and folder permissions and maintaining the best possible Windows
security. While the odds of an employee accidentally changing or deleting vital corporate information is an inconvenient possibility, the threat of data being stolen and put to malicious use looms larger and is much more dangerous. In this tip series, learn how to improve Windows security with better file sharing and folder permissions management practices.
Manage folder permissions in Windows networks
Learn how to prevent users from creating and deleting folders, and improve folder management and file management for Windows network security.
Secure settings for shared files
Proper file sharing settings are vital to ensuring that important and commonly used documents stay exactly the way you want them. With this advice from Windows hardening expert Jonathan Hassell, get the information you need on how to keep your shared files intact.
Sharing Excel files safely
Sharing files is a very common practice, but you may be doing it in a non-secure way. This tip will explain how to safely share an Excel 2007 workbook and how to keep it safe, too.
Windows XP folder permissions management
Windows XP administrators can prevent users from moving vital folders with this advice from Windows hardening expert Jonathan Hassell.
How to use GPOs to deny folder permissions
You can use a Group Policy Object (GPO) to deny folder permissions in Windows. Find out how to manage folder permissions with GPOs with this advice from Kevin Beaver.