Hot Take KIS/KTS/KSCloud/KStandard/KPlus/KPremium - Implementing Protected Folders via Manage Resources (+ Default Deny Mode)

harlan4096

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Ok, hum... to add protection to that shared folder in Your KTS from Your system, as you can imagine, would only protect the folder from possible suspicious access from your system with KTS, but not from any other device on your real premises or from an external attack.
 

Studynxx

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Ok, hum... to add protection to that shared folder in Your KTS from Your system, as you can imagine, would only protect the folder from possible suspicious access from your system with KTS, but not from any other device on your real premises or from an external attack.
I'm fine with that So what can this Protected Folder stuff do? If I do it like you did in the OP, will it block all programs other than me (as in me manually going in there and changing files, creating, saving etc) from accessing it?
 
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