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Security has always been a concern for Exchange administrators. Since the introduction of Exchange 5.5, the tools for securing the Exchange platform have grown with every release of Exchange and the Windows Server operating system in general.
In Exchange 2003, security is a vital concern, and much time and effort have been placed on getting the security right from the start.
From the “secure by design” operating system to full support for Kerberos authentication for both servers and clients, Exchange 2003 provides a tough set of security features to crack. The most-read ...