Chapter 13. Securing Windows Vista

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Securing a network is often a complex bit of business because it always requires a multipronged approach. First, you need to secure network objects such as shared folders and make adjustments to Windows Firewall to allow (or block) certain networking services, programs, and ports; I cover these aspects of securing your network in Chapter 14, “Implementing Network Security.” Second, if ...

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