You’ve got a large shared folder to manage with a lot of sub-folders that go as many as 15 levels down. Some of the sub-folders may or may not have inherited permission turned on while some others just have different owners.
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Microsoft details some of the new designs and improvements in NTFS new health model and the old CHKDSK utility on their official Building Windows 8 blog. Here are some highlights. The new design of the NTFS health model and chkdsk
Building Windows 8 just posted another essay about the next generation file system on Windows. ReFS, which stands for Resilient File System, is the next generation file system for Windows. It’s build right on the foundations of NTFS, the most
We’ve covered how to use the old school CHKDSK command check on disk in Windows 7 yesterday but what we didn’t touch is actually even better. It’s a nice new feature that I didn’t realize its existed either until very