Workstation security: lock down that Mac

Friday, 29 July 2005, 2:32 AM EST

In this series on Macintosh infrastructure security, I've opted to include as many ways to secure a network as possible. Some of them can be applied to every network; others may have more limited uses. As with backup strategies, security is often a balancing act between protecting your users and allowing them the access they need.

By Ryan Faas at Computerworld.

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