Securing Site Systems

Consider your ConfigMgr site server and site systems as among the most security-sensitive assets in your organization, on a par with domain controllers. All basic controls applicable to such systems should be applied to your site systems. The next sections discuss some of the types of controls you can use to protect site systems.

Physical Security and Hardware Selection

Choose the most secure possible location and hardware available for your site systems. Site servers and site database servers should be located in secure data centers. You need to balance security concerns with your other requirements as you consider the placement of client facing systems such as distribution points. Server-class hardware often provides ...

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