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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Unleashed, R2 Edition by Alex Lewis, Michael Noel, Rand Morimoto

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Chapter 12. Server-Level Security

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Defining Windows Server 2003 Security

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Deploying Physical Security

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Hardening Server Security

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Using Security Templates to Secure a Server

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File-Level Security

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Additional Security Mechanisms

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Using Windows Server Update Services

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Defining Windows Server 2003 Security

The term Microsoft security was long considered, whether fairly or unfairly, to be an oxymoron. High-profile vulnerabilities and viruses that were exploited in Windows NT and Windows 2000 often made organizations wary of the security, or lack ...

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