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5. Managing Users and Data with Dynamic ... > Automatic File Classification

Automatic File Classification

As with auditing, file classification isn’t new to Windows Server but has been enhanced in Server 2012. File classification adds to a server administrator’s arsenal of management tools with powerful content classification rules.

With a classification rule, you can, for instance, automatically search against a specified set of files to look for the string “Company Confidential.” If the string is found in a file, you can set that file’s classification to High.

You can also use classification rules to detect sensitive data, such as documents containing Social Security numbers or patient healthcare information.

To deploy automatic file classification, first you need to create resource property definitions. From a domain controller, launch the ADAC. Click Dynamic Access Control, and then Resource Properties. Right-click a property (for instance, Impact), select Enable, and then enable the Personally Identifiable Information resource property.


  

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