It's Easy to secure Windows 2000 servers

Tuesday, 4 January 2005, 4:42 PM EST

Configuring servers for security is an important part of mitigating risks to enterprise networks. Although Windows 2000 servers have a reputation for being notoriously insecure, if you take the time it is actually possible to lock them down so tightly that leading scanners will not even recognize that they are Windows servers. The best way to do this is to automate the security on your servers by using security templates, sometimes referred to as .inf files.

By Laura Taylor at Intranet Journal.

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