When providing access to file resources on a computer running
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Server, you control who has access to resources and
the nature of the access that they have. To control access to files and folders,
you assign NTFS file system permissions to user accounts and groups. NTFS is
a file system designed for use with Windows 2000 and Windows NT operating
systems. It supports file system recovery, very large storage media, long file
names, and other features.