Securing Windows member servers

Friday, 29 July 2005, 3:05 AM EST

Every company has member servers at some capacity or another. Some companies have just a few, where others might have thousands. These member servers are the work horses of your network, providing the core production services for the company. From running the intranet, providing print services, SQL databases, e-mail services, file storage, and application support. With member servers providing all of these essential functions, it goes hand-in-hand with the fact that you need to protect these servers. This article will discuss some of key security configurations that can be made to help protect your member servers.

By Derek Melber at WindowSecurity.com

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