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MCSE: Windows 2000 Exams in a Nutshell by Paul Murphy, Michael Moncur

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IPSec (IP Security)

IPSec Components

IPSec Policy Agent
ISAKMP/Oakley Key Management Service
IP Security Driver

IPSec Options

Client (Respond Only): Acts as a client when a server requests or requires a secure connection.
Secure Server (Require Security): Clients are required to use a secure connection.
Server (Request Security): Clients are requested to use a secure connection, and a standard non-secure connection is used if necessary.

IPSec Authentication Methods

Windows 2000 default (Kerberos)

Uses Kerberos v5 to authenticate the connection (default)

Use a certificate from this certificate authority

Uses certificate-based encryption; requires Certificate Server and a valid certificate authority (CA)

Use this string to protect the key exchange

Uses a pre-shared key; must be entered on both computers

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