Chapter 13. Server-Level Security

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The term Microsoft security was long considered, whether fairly or unfairly, to be an oxymoron. High-profile vulnerabilities and viruses that were exploited in the legacy Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 Server often made organizations wary of the security, or lack of security, that was built in to Microsoft technologies. In direct response to this criticism, security since the development of Windows Server 2003 has become the major, if not the most ...

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