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Windows Server 2003 Security: A Technical Reference by Roberta Bragg

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Securing COM, COM+, and DCOM Applications Using Component Services

Component Object Model (COM), COM+, and Distributed COM (DCOM) applications are managed from the Component Services console, as displayed in Figure 4-31. You can manage security for these applications inasmuch as the application provides interfaces for doing so. COM+ applications, for example, may define roles that have specific privileges and permissions within the application. You can manage roles using the console if roles have been defined in the application.

Figure 4-31. The Component Services console is used to manage security for COM+ and COM applications.

Security for all COM, COM+, and DCOM applications consists of the following:

  • Setting user rights, ...

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