As a professional, knowing how to properly troubleshoot the file system you're working on is essential. In this course, Windows File System Troubleshooting, you will learn how to navigate the file system in Windows 7, 8.1, and 10. First, you’ll learn what’s what, what’s where, what’s important, and what can cause problems. Next, you'll explore the underlying file systems for the hard disks and drives in your PCs, and how you can repair problems with them. Finally, you’ll wrap up with how you can manage and troubleshoot file, folder, and ownership permissions, and how you can ensure the security of your documents and data is as tight as you need it to be. By the end of the course, you’ll be able to troubleshoot and repair any type of files, file systems, or permissions problems in Windows like a pro.
Mike was first awarded as a Microsoft MVP in 2011 and is a recognized technical expert in the Windows experience and troubleshooting with more than a dozen books published, including Beginning Windows 10 and Windows 10 Troubleshooting.
Course Overview Hi. I'm Mike Halsey, a Microsoft MVP awardee and the author of many books and courses on Windows troubleshooting, and I'm excited to bring you this short course on how to troubleshoot file system problems in Microsoft Windows. Being unable to access files, folders, and documents is one of the biggest problems businesses and organizations can face, but managing access, security, encryption, and auditing can be a highly-complex business. Add to this the problems disk and file-system errors can bring, and projects or whole teams can quickly grind to a halt. This course covers everything you need to know to manage, diagnose, troubleshoot, and repair problems with the different Windows file systems, and file, folder, documents, permissions, access, and security across Windows 7, Windows 8. 1, and Windows 10. Consider this course a master class in becoming a truly expert file-system troubleshooter. Some of the major topics we'll cover include an in-depth look at the Windows file system detailing what's important and what can be found where; how you can troubleshoot and repair problems with the Windows disk and file systems; and how you can manage permissions, ownership, auditing, and encryption on your PCs and network file shares. By the end of this course, you'll be able to diagnose, troubleshoot, and repair any type of Windows file-system problem. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn how to troubleshoot the file system in Microsoft Windows on Pluralsight.