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Course 2272C: Implementing and supporting Microsoft Windows XP professional - Module 5

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Course 2272C: Implementing and supporting Microsoft Windows XP professional - Module 5

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Module 5: Configuring and managing file systems. The following topics are covered in this module: Working with file systems, managing data compression, securing data by using EFS. At the end of this module, you will be able to configure and manage file systems. This includes: Configuring disk compression, securing files by using EFS.

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  1. Module 5: Configuring and Managing File Systems
  2. Overview Working with File Systems Managing Data Compression Securing Data by Using EFS
  3. Lesson: Working with File Systems Using FAT or FAT32 Using NTFS Selecting a File System Converting File Systems
  4. Using FAT or FAT32 FAT or FAT32: Works well on small disks with simple folder structures Supports dual-boot configurations Windows XP Profession al Windows 98 FAT/FAT 32
  5. Using NTFS NTFS Provides: Improved reliability by identifying and not using bad sectors Enhanced security by using EFS and file permissions Improved management of storage growth Support for large volume sizes
  6. Selecting a File System When selecting a file system, determine: How the computer is used The number and size of locally installed hard disks Security considerations The need for advanced file system features
  7. Converting File Systems To: Windows From: XP NTFS NTFS on on Conversion not necessary NTFS NTFS volume volume Windows Windows 2000 2000 NTFS NTFS Automatic NTFS NTFS volume volume on on Windows Windows NT NT conversion during upgrade Use convert FAT FAT command NTFS NTFS volume volume No FAT FAT conversi NTFS NTFS volume volume on
  8. Lesson: Managing Data Compression Defining Compressed Files and Folders Compressing Files and Folders Copying and Moving Compressed Files and Folders Best Practices for Managing Data Compression
  9. Defining Compressed Files and Folders NTFS files and folders have a compression state When accessed, files are automatically uncompressed Space allocation is based on uncompressed file size Compressed files and folders can be designated by color FileA NTFS partition
  10. Compressing Files and Folders
  11. Copying and Moving Compressed Files and Folders Cop Mov y e Inher Retai its ns Copy between volumes Move between volumes Inher its
  12. Best Practices for Managing Data Compression Determine which file types to  compress Avoid compressing system or  executable files Compress static data rather than  data that changes frequently Use different display colors for  compressed files and folders
  13. Lab A: Configuring Disk Compression Exercise 1: Configuring Disk Compression Exercise 2: Moving a Compressed File Exercise 3: Copying a Compressed File
  14. Lesson: Securing Data by Using EFS Introduction to EFS Encrypting a Folder or File Adding Authorized Users Decrypting a Folder or File Recovering an Encrypted Folder or File Best Practices for Implementing EFS
  15. Introduction to EFS EFS: Is transparent to users and applications Is accessible only to authorized users Enables specification of a data recovery agent Encrypts files locally or across the network Enables encrypted files and folders to be designated by color
  16. Encrypting a Folder or File Encrypt contents to secure data When file is saved, it is encrypted by using file encryption keys DDF The user’s file encryption key is stored in the Data Decryption Field If designated, the recovery DRF agent’s file encryption key is stored in the Data Recovery Field in the file header
  17. Adding Authorized Users 1st 2nd
  18. Decrypting a Folder or File EFS automatically detects encryption and locates the user certificate and associated private key DDF Your private key is applied to the DDF File content appears on the screen in plaintext
  19. Recovering an Encrypted Folder or File Owner’s key is unavailable Recovery agent uses his private key to recover the file
  20. Best Practices for Implementing EFS  Encrypt the My Documents folder Encrypt folders rather than  individual files Secure and archive keys and  certificates  Implement a recovery agent archive
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