8.8. The Security Configuration Wizard
In the last section, you learned how to leverage security templates and secure your workstations. You then linked a GPO, slurped in the security template, and secured a gaggle of workstations all in one goal.
In this section, the goal is similar.
Except this time, you'll use something called the Security Configuration Wizard, or SCW. I know, I know. You hate wizards. But this one is really super powerful. So powerful, in fact, that it has its own home page at Microsoft.com at www.microsoft.com/scw. Wow!
If you're using Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008, things are somewhat different. Let's start out with Windows Server 2003, then review the changes in Windows Server 2008.