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  • Serve as an escalation point for infrastructure issues

  • Develop client and server best practices for other teams, such as engineering, development, and operations

  • Keep policy current for authentication, identity, and access management

  • Provide guidance in implementing security policies that affect the infrastructure on multiple levels

  • Participate in application reviews on security and

  • Ensure that the applications adhere to standard security guidelines and practices.

 

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Create and remove shared folders.
  1. From Windows Explorer, right-click the folder, select properties and then click Sharing.
  2. On the Sharing tab, click Share this folder.

To change the name of the shared folder, type a new name in Share name. The new name is what users will see when they connect to this shared folder. The actual name of the folder does not change.

To add a comment about the shared folder, type the text in Comment. To limit the number of users who can connect to the shared folder at one time, under User limit, click Allow, then enter a number of users. (In Windows 2000 Professional, the maximum user limit is 10 regardless of the number you type in Allow.)

To set up this shared folder to be used offline, click Caching.

You can hide the shared folder from browsing by typing $ as the last character of the share name. Users will not be able to see this shared folder when they browse using My Computer or Windows Explorer, but they can map to it.

Control access to shared folders by using permissions.

  1. From Windows Explorer, right-click the folder, and then click Sharing.
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