A 12-step plan for file server security

Monday, 20 December 2004, 2:53 PM EST

I’m going to talk about hardening a typical Windows 2003 file server. But wait: Isn’t Windows 2003 secure right out of the box? Well, it is locked down, but it’s not locked down as much as it can be. Instead, it’s locked down enough so those who don’t think about security—who simply do a default install—can build a reasonably secure server and put it on the production line.

By Roberta Bragg at MCP Magazine.

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