Articles tagged with: Demo

New Dynamic Access Control demo walkthrough

Written by Bernd Hoeck on Monday, 04 June 2012. Posted in Videos, Basics

New video on TechNet with Dynamic Access Control Demo

 New Dynamic Access Control demo walkthrough

Microsoft TechNet has published a new video with Dynamic Access Control Demo and Walkthrough by Nir Ben-Zvi, a Principal Program Manager at Microsoft File Server team. For the past four years, Nir and his team have been developing and enhancing the Windows File Classification Infrastructure. The new version of Windows Server will enable organizations to manage their file servers so that they can apply appropriate information governance on their data.
The video provides great insights into the new capabilties of Windows Server 2012 regarding Dynamic Access Control. It shows in detail, how classification can be use create a kind of safety net for access restrictions to files.

Windows Server "8" Beta Virtual Lab on Dynamic Access Control

Written by Dr. Rainer Pollak, CTO dataglobal on Thursday, 10 May 2012.

Free hands on for DAC in Microsoft Virtual Lab Series

Microsoft has launched a virtual lab series for customers wanting to experience the beta release of Windows Server "8" firsthand. You can test drive new and improved features and functionality, including the long-awaited Dynamic Access Control. It's simple: no complex setup or installation is required to try out Windows Server "8" running in a full-featured virtual lab. You get a downloadable manual and a 90-minute block of time for each module. 

Video with Introduction to DAC

Written by Bernd Hoeck on Tuesday, 17 April 2012. Posted in Videos, Basics

Interview with Josh Heller includes demo bits

Video with Introduction to DAC
Rick Claus, author at Channel 9, interviews Josh Heller, Senior Product Manager at Microsoft, about Dynamic Access Control (DAC) in Windows Server 2012. Next to some demos of the product the video explains what Dynamic Access Control can do and how it relates to NTFS permissions.

It gives some insights on how DAC can be retro-fitted for existing environments and how the permissions dynamically applied to the files and shares. It finally illustrates how we automatically classify information for the files and what the enhancements made from File Classification Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008 R2 are.