Security

Last Updated on 2 Feb. 2009, Total: 77 Knowledge Base Tips

  1. Comparing Two Group Policy Objects

    How to compare two GPOs and see how their settings differ... Read More

  2. Reversing Folder Redirection

    Careful planning makes it easy to reverse folder redirection later on... Read More

  3. How Can I Learn Group Policy?

    Need to learn how Group Policy works, what it can do, and how to implement it?... Read More

  4. XP SP2 Breaks Group Policy

    Resolving an issue with adm files in XP SP2... Read More

  5. Find Out When Policy Last Applied

    How to find out when Group Policy was last applied to a remote machine... Read More

  6. Joining a Domain Securely

    How to securely add a computer to a domain... Read More

  7. Using Reservations to Ensure DHCP Server Availability and Security

    In high security environments you can use Reservations to ensure the security and availability of DHCP servers... Read More

  8. Protect Wireless Access Using MAC Address Filters

    Wireless networks add a significant level of convenience for many users. The ability to roam at will and access the network without adding wires is quite useful. But, you need to do so securely. There are a number of basic steps you should take to protect your wireless network and filtering MAC addresses is one more way to secure it... Read More

  9. Disable Enumeration of SID's

    One way for an attacker to scope out a target system and, particularly, to identify the Administrator account so they can focus their efforts on the account with the most privileges is to list, or enumerate, the SID's (serial identifiers) on a Windows machine... Read More

  10. Security Innovations in Windows Server 2003

    205 KB Microsoft Word file - outlines how they facilitate business scenarios such as: building a secure Web application platform, providing secure mobile access, and streamlining identity management across the enterprise... Read More

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