Windows Server 2019: File Services

Windows Server 2019: File Services
Windows Server 2019: File Services
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 39m | 218 MB

Ensuring that your file services environments remain efficient is an essential aspect of enterprise computing. In this course, see how to work with file services in Windows Server 2019 to keep your data accessible and secure. Ed Liberman explains how to work with File Server Resource Manager—a capacity management tool—and Distributed File System, which helps you provide fault tolerance and redundancy to your data. Ed also shows several ways to help keep your data secure, including encrypting files using the Encrypting File System and auditing file access.

Topics include:

  • Configuring File Server Resource Manager (FRSM)
  • Configuring quotas
  • Creating and testing a file screen
  • Using storage reports to check for duplicate files
  • Configuring file management tasks
  • Configuring Distributed File System (DFS)
  • Configuring DFS replication
  • Encrypting files using the Encrypting File System
  • Auditing file access
Table of Contents

1 The importance of file services
2 What you should know
3 FSRM overview
4 FSRM installation
5 Create a quota template
6 Configure a quota
7 Test a quota
8 Create a file group
9 Create a file screen template
10 Create and test a file screen
11 Checking for duplicate files
12 Checking for large files
13 Configure classification rules
14 Configure file management tasks
15 DFS overview
16 DFS installation
17 Create a DFS namespace
18 Create shared folders and targets
19 Configure DFS replication
20 Test DFS replication
21 Cryptography
22 Public key encryption
23 How Encrypting File System (EFS) works
24 Configure EFS
25 Step 1 Audit object access
26 Step 2 Audit entries
27 Next steps