Category: Best practices

Myth AGDLP in Windows ACL authorization management

The administration of authorizations (ACL / ACE) in the Windows file server world is complex. The main reason why it is so complicated is that there is no common database. The file server and the accounts to be authorized come from the same world, but there is no central directory in Windows (as under Novell) that contains the information from ACEs and ...

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Why: Optimize directory structures on file servers

How can you prepare grown directory structures on file servers with little effort for the user?

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Best practice for authorization on file servers

How should you manage permissions on Microsoft file systems? A question that comes up again and again. Actually simple but highly controversial. We clarify.

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Long path names on Windows 10 / Windows Server

With Windows 10, since the Anniversary Update (Version 1607), there is a theoretical possibility to lift the limit for the standard 260 character limit. In the registry there is a DWORD (32-bit) with the name LongPathsEnabled under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SYSTEM \ CurrentControlSet \ Control \ FileSystem. Under a standard installation, this is stored with the value 0. Change this to 1 to activate the option.

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Build up NTFS list permissions optimally

1. Necessity for list authorizations As a rule, access rights to NTFS file servers are not assigned below the first directory level. As soon as this is the case, you have to make sure that the user can also browse through the file system to the corresponding directory. There are various options here with different effects. 1. Variants of the allocation of list rights

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Modify Plus - the clever variant of Modify rights in NTFS

The NTFS right "Modify Plus" ensures stability in the directory tree. The ModifyPlus right prevents the user from accidentally moving, renaming or deleting the authorization end point. The new ModifyPlus is an alternative to the NTFS standard right Modify. The NTFS standard right "Modify" contains the flag "Delete" under the extended rights. This allows all accounts with the right to the directory ...

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The green meadow

1. Necessity of the “green field” If the permissions of a share are to be migrated on a server, there are two options. Either you migrate within the share or you create a target share parallel to the source share, which you set up and which you finally give the name of the source share. The first variant is with migRaven although possible ...

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thumbs.db - delete directories during archiving via migRaven.24 / 7 ensure

The thumbs.db is a system file which ensures that during an archiving process migRaven the empty directories are removed. Deleting empty directories is one of the essential functions of migRaven.24 / 7. Instead of: “This prevents that during an archiving job migRaven the directories that are actually empty cannot be removed. Deleting empty directories is actually a ...

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