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Windows Server® 2008 Administrator's Pocket Consultant by William Stanek

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Using the Security Configuration Wizard

The Security Configuration Wizard can help you create and apply a comprehensive security policy. A security policy is an .xml file that you can use to configure services, network security, registry values, and audit policy. Because security policies are role-based and feature-based, you generally will need to create a separate policy for each of your standard server configurations. For example, if your organization uses domain controllers, file servers, and print servers, you may want to create a separate policy for each of these server types. If your organization has mail servers, database servers, and combined file/print servers as well as domain controllers, you want to create separate policies tailored ...

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