NTFS safety features Tags: File System NTFS Microsoft Windows Last response: June 11, 2004 3:25 PM in Windows 2000/NT Share Leonard June 11, 2004 11:48:03 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.file_system (More info?) I am trying to find out: When I set up a system (2000 or XP) in FAT32 rather than NTFS, which specific safety/security features will not be available? Will appreciate any and all feedback Thanks Leonard More about : ntfs safety features Anonymous June 11, 2004 3:25:11 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.file_system (More info?) Leonard wrote: > I am trying to find out: > When I set up a system (2000 or XP) in FAT32 rather than > NTFS, which specific safety/security features will not be > available? all of them. ;-) FAT was not designed with security in mind. Use NTFS unless you have an absolute need for FAT32. > > Will appreciate any and all feedback > > Thanks > Leonard Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumRecover NTFS Partition on RAW Drive ForumHow to convert a RAW drive to NTFS ? ForumComparison of NTFS /MFT recovery software? ForumComparison of NTFS /MFT recovery software? ForumData Collection: Core2Duo MoBos Bios safety shutdown ForumHow to shadow a SSD for safety ? ForumCopying Files from HD with Bad Sectors ForumFat32 faster than NTFS on partitions smaller than 60Gb? ForumWhy Multiple Hard Drives.... ForumFAT32 or NTFS ? ForumWill NTFS adversely affect HDD performance? ForumH67 vs H61 for I5 2500 ForumAccessing files created in Ubuntu (on an NTFS drive!) from Windows 7 ForumParallel and com ports not appearing in device manager ForumNTFS filesystem portability-USB drive ForumNTFS Permissions to Hide Files or Folders Forumntfs and fat32 ForumCant see NTFS partition anymore Forumpermissions propagation on an ntfs volume ForumEvent 55 NTFS Error More resources !