Exploring Dynamic Access Control Part 4 – Central Access Rules

In this series I have looked how we secure and classify resources (such as Files and Folders) with Dynamic Access Control with the claims of users and devices accessing them.  In the previous post I looked at Resource Properties and User/Device Claims. In this post I will be bringing these concepts together with Central Access Rules. Fitting everything together As we have…


Exploring Dynamic Access Control Part 3 – Properties and Claims

  In the previous post I looked at Classifying resources. In this post I will be looking at setting up custom Properties to use on those resources and claims for users and devices. Resource Properties Now we will go a little deeper into the Resource Properties (i.e. the items we can classify resources with). Inside…


Exploring Dynamic Access Control Part 2 - Classification

Dynamic Access Control is a way for you to secure your resources (such as files and folders) without having to manage groups or user lists.  In the previous post I looked at the basics of Dynamic Access Control. In this post I will be looking at Classification of resources. Classification You may have also noticed…


Exploring Dynamic Access Control Part 1 – Getting Started

This is the first post in a series of 4 covering Dynamic Access Control. In this post I am going to be looking at the Dynamic Access Control features of Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8. Dynamic Access Control is a way for you to secure your resources (such as files and folders) without having…