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damaged smart cards
                with EFS 2nd
                with IPSec and VPNs
        recovering, strategies for
        unencrypted, running cipher.exe /w on 2nd
data centers
        as risk factors
data decryption fields (DDFs)
data directories, encrypting
data recovery agents (DRAs)
        ensuring safety of private keys
data recovery fields (DRFs)
data remnants, removing from disks
DC security.inf template
DDFs (data decryption fields)
decryption [See also EFS]
        for checksum of signed code
        for files, using EFS
        public key cryptography
        shared secret key cryptography and
Default Domain Controller Policy (GPO) 2nd
        controlling anonymous access to domain controllers
Default Domain Policy (GPO) 2nd
defense- in-depth protection needed, with remote access connections
delegation (Active Directory)
        giving control to helpdesk administrators
        OUs (organizational units) and
        securing objects for
delta CRLs (certificate revocation lists)
denial-of-service attacks
        against DNS servers
        analyzing DHCP logs
        integrated zones and
        leasing DCHP addresses
        monitoring DHCP for
Deny permissions, use sparingly 2nd
deployment plan for PKI, creating
depth of private certification hierarchies
DES-CBC-MD5/DES-CBC-CRC encryption
desktops, configuring with Group Policy
device drivers
        restricting use of unsigned drivers
        signed code and
        802.1x protocol and
        analyzing logs
        auditing activity
        automatic record updating
        baselining network traffic
        clients leasing addresses from servers
        configuring for proper administration
        configuring server with reservations
        DnsUpdateProxy group and
        eliminating from network
        how it works
        messages comprising basic interactions
        monitoring for denial-of-service attacks
        security, lack of
                authorization of, as security measure
                creating service accounts for
                identifying, with Dhcploc
                unauthorized, monitoring network for
        types of attacks in
        using it securely
        using with DNS
DHCP Ack message
DHCP Discover message
DHCP MMC snap-in
DHCP Offer message
DHCP Request message
Dhcploc tool
dictionary attacks
        LM passwords and
        on passwords
Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange algorithm
Digest authentication 2nd
digital encryption certificates
digital signatures
        certificates and
        configuring certificate templates
        downsides to using in email
        providing secure email
        rejecting device drivers without
        sending email using
Disabled accounts, cleaning up
Disallowed security level
        adding to new hash rules
        configuring to be default
        test thoroughly before deploying to users
        use antivirus software against viruses
Discover message (DHCP)
DNS (Domain Name System)
        denial-of-service attacks
        network footprinting 2nd
                setting for administrators
                setting on DNS objects
        record types available in
        recursive queries, restricting
        requirements for
        security concerns
        spoofing attacks
        using it securely
        using with DHCP
        zones [See zones]
DNS domain names (Active Directory)
DnsAdmins group 2nd
DnsUpdateProxy group 2nd
Domain Admins group
Domain Controller Security template
domain controllers 2nd
        certificates for
        configuring auditing for 2nd
        configuring client computers to use NTLMv2
        configuring logon auditing on
        controlling anonymous access to
       default security
                for upgrades
                through GPOs
        disabling storage of LM hashes
        in Kerberos
        locating in Active Directory
        multimaster domain concept and
        opening firewalls to allow replication traffic
        protecting from network access
        providing security for
        securing physically
        security tokens and
        sending communication across networks with IPSec tunnels
        synchronizing computer clocks
Domain Name System [See DNS]
domain policy
domains (Active Directory)
        administrative groups
        configuring user accounts to access resources
        providing security for
DRAs (data recovery agents)
        ensuring safety of private keys
DRFs (data recovery fields)
Droms, Ralph
dual-boot configuration, security issues with
dual-user passwords for service accounts
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol [See DHCP]
dynamic updates (DNS)


Securing Windows Server 2003
Securing Windows Server 2003
ISBN: 0596006853
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2006
Pages: 139

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