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Dynamic Access Control
Dynamic Access Control is a new file-authorization framework in Windows Server 8. Admins can define central, domain-level access policies that apply across the domain to all file servers. Dynamic Access Control policies are enforced in addition to the file and folder permissions that exist at the file level, and they override any conflicting permissions to ensure that data is protected.e network, you have no need to pass that data through the server. Windows Server 8 uses Offloaded Data Transfer to remove the server as the middleman, allowing the data to transfer with minimal impact to server resources or bandwidth.
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