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drive map
A process of assigning a drive letter to a storage device located on a different network
file access protocol
A protocol that enables one system to access files on another system.
(Common Internet File System) A client/server protocol that is used to provide file access services to
A protocol mainly applied to shared access to files, printers, serial ports, and miscellaneous
Several different types of software that sit between and provide connectivity for two or more
three tier architecture
A client/server environment that incorporates middeware is said to have three layers,
user account
What determines which files a person can access on a computer and what settings they can use?
form the basis for resource and account management.
inherited permissions
Permissions assigned by Windows that are attained from a parent object.
directory services
A repository of information regarding the users and resources of a network. To increase
a listing of the files stored in memory (usually on a hard disk)
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. Language used to communicate with directories such as Microsoft's
properties associated with an object
a set of definitions of the kinds of objects and object related information that the directory can contain
Organizational unit
logically defined receptacles that serve only to assemble similar objects