Secure Windows Server 2003 Active Directory

Friday, 5 November 2004, 10:28 AM EST

When attempting to secure AD, it's critical that you implement physical security first. If anyone you wouldn't trust with the Administrative password has physical access to a domain controller or to your DNS servers, you don't have a secure AD. Many administrative and disaster recovery tools exist that can easily double as hacker tools.

By Brien M. Posey at Tech Republic.

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