Windows File Service, also known as SMB (Server Message Block) service, is a file sharing service that allows users to share and access files and folders over a network, typically using the Windows operating system. The service allows users to access files on a remote server as if they were local, enabling them to read, write, and modify files. Windows File Service supports various authentication methods, including domain-based authentication, which allows users to access shared resources using their domain credentials. It also provides basic file access auditing and it can be integrated with other services such as Active Directory and Group Policy.
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