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The Windows NT file system (NTFS) provides a combination of performance, reliability, and compatibility not found in the FAT file system. It is designed to quickly perform standard file operations such as read, write, and search – and even advanced operations such as file-system recovery – on very large hard disks.
Formatting a volume with the NTFS file system results in the creation of several system files and the Master File Table (MFT), which contains information about all the files and folders on the NTFS volume.
The first information on an NTFS volume is the Partition Boot Sector, which starts at sector 0 and can be up to 16 sectors long. The first file on an NTFS volume is the Master File Table (MFT).
The following figure illustrates the layout of an NTFS volume when formatting has finished.
Figure 5-1 Formatted NTFS Volume
This chapter covers information about NTFS. Topics covered are listed below:
NTFS Partition Boot Sector
NTFS Master File Table (MFT)
NTFS File Types
NTFS File Attributes
NTFS System Files
NTFS Multiple Data Streams
NTFS Compressed Files
NTFS & EFS Encrypted Files
Issues with EFS
NTFS Sparse Files
NTFS Data Integrity and Recoverability
The NTFS file system includes security features required for file servers and high-end personal computers in a corporate environment. The NTFS file system also supports data access control and ownership privileges that are important for the integrity of critical data. While folders shared on a Windows NT computer are assigned particular permissions, NTFS files and folders can have permissions assigned whether they are shared or not. NTFS is the only file system on Windows NT that allows you to assign permissions to individual files.
The NTFS file system has a simple, yet very powerful design. Basically, everything on the volume is a file and everything in a file is an
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