Windows Server 2003 hardening list (part 1)

Wednesday, 8 December 2004, 8:23 AM EST

In this article, we will cover the most common issues that you will need to look over to make certain that your Windows Server 2003 is completely locked down from attack.

We will look at the most common items you will need to address in Part 1, and then in subsequent parts, we will look at other items such as advanced techniques, as well as how to use GPOs and dealing with services running on Windows Server 2003 like File, Print as well as IIS. In this first installment, we cover the most common items you should address.

By Robert J. Shimonski at WindowSecurity.com

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