[SYMBOL] [A] [B] [C] [D] [E] [F] [G] [H] [I] [J] [K] [L] [M] [N] [O] [P] [R] [S] [T] [U] [V] [W] [X] [Z]

racks, securing servers in
RADIUS (Remote Authentication for Dial-in User Services) 2nd
readers, smart card
realms, Kerberos
record types available in DNS
recovering data, strategies for
recovery agents
        ensuring safety of private keys
recursive queries, restricting on DNS servers
registry editor (regedit.exe)
        disabling hash storage
        forcing clients to use NTLMv2
        securing network traffic
remote access security
        centralizing authentication management
        considerations for written policies
        controlling access
        policies for
        RADIUS and IAS
        setting up authentication for dial-in users
Remote Authentication for Dial-in User Services (RADIUS) 2nd
Remote Desktop 2nd
removable media
        as risk factors
        controlling security vulnerabilities
        required by Syskey mode 3
renewals of user tickets, maximum life for
renewing CA certificates
replication between domain controllers
        configuring IPSec for communication
        controlled by sites
        opening firewalls on trusted networks
replication boundary for domain naming context
Request for Comments [See entries under RFC]
Request message (DHCP)
resources on client computers, accessing
restoring archived private keys
Resultant Set of Policy (RSoP)
        IP Security Monitor and
        verifying application of Group Policy
retinas, scanned by biometric devices
revoked certificates [See CRLs]
revoking issued certificates
RFC 1510 standard (Kerberos) 2nd
RFC 2131 (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
RFC 2527 (Internet X.509 PKI Certificate Policy and Certification Practices Framework)
RFC 3280 (Internet X.509 Public Key Infrastructure) 2nd
RFCs 2401-2412 (IPSec)
rogue administrator scenario
rogue DHCP servers
        automated monitoring packages, using
        DHCP server authorization and
        monitoring the network for
role holders, certificates owned by
role separation in certification authority management
root CA (certificate authority)
        configuring CDP list for
        deciding to use dedicated hardware for
        deploying certificate to clients as trusted root
        protecting private keys without HSMs
Root Directory Security template
rootsec.inf template
routers as network filters
Routing and Remote Access snap-in (MMC) 2nd 3rd
RSoP (Resultant Set of Policy)
        IP Security Monitor and
        verifying application of Group Policy


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

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