Macros,.exe files, and so on can cause problems but can also provide huge value. This video introduces some guidelines for developing rules about who can include executable files.
- [Illustrator] Here's something … that you might not have thought about yet. … What file types will you need to manage … in your document libraries? … Are any of those executable files? … Files which can run as a process? … Think.exefiles or .bat. … There's quite a long list … although mostly just developers work with them. … Depending on your business, … it may be absolutely critical to store … and manage these files. … The problem here is that they could also be used … to launch an attack on your system. … Microsoft used to automatically block … more than 150 different file types … from upload to SharePoint. … Although it's possible to block files … in the modern on-premise version of SharePoint, … it's now a manual operation … and out of the box there are no blocked file types … in the online version or in OneDrive. … Google, Dropbox, Hightail … none of them automatically block file types either. … The good news is that this all usually happens … at the network level … but it's definitely a discussion you want to have …
- Identify the group of people to be notified when making a document policy or procedure change.
- Recognize which types of documentation requires higher levels of security.
- Name the two rights available at folder level during collaboration.
- Recall the purpose of version control.
- Determine which application allows multiple libraries with custom permissions.
- Identify the term used for add-ins within the SharePoint application.
- Explain the most common cause of data breaches.