I'm confused on one of the questions provided by the 70-680 training kit.
The contents of the directory C:\Source are encrypted using EFS. The directory
D:\Destination is compressed. Volumes C and D are both NTFS volumes. Which of the
following happens when you use Windows Explorer to move a file named Example.
txt from C:\Source to D:\Destination?
A. Example.txt remains encrypted
B. Example.txt becomes compressed
C. Example.txt retains its original NTFS permissions
D. Example.txt inherits the NTFS permissions of the D:\destination folder
The answer was A & D.
The termnology is very confusing. The answer says the file remains encrypted but inherits the NTFS permissions of the destination folder, which is compressed. If an encryped file is copied to a compessed folder wouldn't that file become compressed, so B & D? I realize it can only be one or the other. Is the logic different when it comes to moving encrypted/compressed files to a different volume?
Thanks in advance.