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SA (Security Association) and IPSec drivers
safe mode passwords
        protected by Syskey
SAM (Security Accounts Manager)
        disallowing anonymous enumeration of SAM accounts
        storing passwords using one-way hashes 2nd 3rd
SANS Security Policy Project
SCA (Security Configuration and Analysis) toolset
        analyzing security settings
        creating SCA console
        creating security databases
        importing security templates
SCEP (Simple Certification Enrollment Protocol)
Schema Admins group
schema context (Active Directory forest) 2nd
Secedit.exe tool
secure code
        dangers of unsigned code
        enforcing use of
        how to tell
secure configurations, deploying with security templates
Secure Domain Controller Security template
secure dynamic updates (DNS)
secure email
        digitally signed messages, sending
        downsides to using
        encrypted messages, sending
        HushMail online service
        non-Microsoft products
        PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) product
        two forms of
secure file shares, setting up
Secure Server (Require Security) default configuration
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
        public key encryption and
Secure Workstation Security template
securedc.inf template
securews.inf template
        Active Directory features
        awareness and education programs
        basics of
        checklist, example of
        concerns with DNS
       default settings
                for upgrades
                through GPOs
        determining status of, using MBSA
        DHCP server authorization
        enforcement mechanisms
        enforcing with Group Policy
        for files, provided by NTFS
        importance of
        lack of, in DHCP
        for networks
        physical [See physical security]
        problems with web servers
       providing for
                Active Directory objects
                domain controllers
        remote access and its risks
        smart cards and
        for wireless networks
Security Accounts Manager [See SAM]
Security Association (SA) and IPSec drivers
security breaches, reducing likelihood of
Security Configuration and Analysis (SCA) toolset
        analyzing security settings
        creating SCA console
        creating security databases
        importing security templates
security databases
        analyzing security settings
        creating templates from
        importing security templates
security design in Windows Server 2003
security enhancements in Windows Server 2003
        Enterprise Server Edition
        Standard Server Edition
        and Windows XP 2nd
security features in Windows Server 2003
security identifiers (SIDs)
Security Log
        verifying IPSec operation with IKE logging
security policies 2nd
        attributes of
        benefits of
        common characteristics of
        components of
        keeping passwords secret
        political aspects of
security procedures
        benefits of
security settings
        audit policy, controlling
        built-in security templates and
        identifying security needs
        password policy, controlling
Security Showdown
        EFS data recovery strategies
        Group Policy philosophy
        two-tier vs. three- tier PKI
security templates
        creating your own
        deploying secure configurations with
        deploying, using Group Policy
        effective use of
        Group Policy and
        how they work
        not available on older systems
        upgrading domain controllers and
        use with caution
        vs. Group Policy
security tokens on client computers
selective authentication
self-signed certificates
senior management
        creating security policies
        obtaining approval of defined procedures
server certificates
Server Side Includes, security risks with
        as risk factors
        DHCP interactions with clients
        restricting to highly secure communication
        securing 2nd
        security auditing for
        storing shared encrypted files on
service accounts
        avoid using Administrator accounts as
        for DHCP servers, creating
service tickets, maximum life for
services needed
        for domain controller replication
        for IPSec traffic across firewalls
session key perfect forward secrecy (PFS)
Setup Security template
setupsecurity.inf template
shared computers, local file security for
shared encrypted files, storing on file servers
shared files, setting permissions for
shared secret key cryptography
        supported by Windows Server 2003 for IPSec communication
shoulder surfing
sid2user tool
SIDs (security identifiers)
        disallowing SID/ name translation
        object security and ACLs
        SID filtering
signed code
        dangers of unsigned code
        device drivers and
        how it works
Simple Certification Enrollment Protocol (SCEP)
sites (Active Directory)
skew time
smart card readers
smart cards 2nd
        Active Directory security and
        authenticators and
        biometric technology and
        blank, purchasing
        cryptography, ideal for
        deploying PKI first
        enrolling users of
        how they work
        logon process
        preparing to issue
        private keys and 2nd
        removal from reader, setting policy for
        requirements for using
        simplifying security for users
        vs. passwords 2nd
        in Windows Server 2003
                improvements to
SMB file sharing
SMB signing vs. IPSec
SMTP (Simple Mail Transport Protocol)
software patches for security vulnerabilities
software publishing certificates
Software Restriction Policy [See SRP]
Software Update Services (SUS)
        configuring clients
        installing/configuring server
        integrating with MBSA
splitf.exe file
spoofing attacks
        on DHCP servers
        on DNS servers 2nd
SRP (Software Restriction Policy) 2nd
        best practices for
        Group Policy and
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer)
        IIS (Internet Information Services) and
        public key encryption and
        vs. IP Security
stale accounts, cleaning up
standalone CA (certification authority)
standard DNS zones
        restricting zone transfers
Standard Server Edition of Windows Server 2003, security enhancements in
standards vs. policies/procedures
stolen computers, reality of
strong passwords
        choosing 2nd
        forcing users with weak passwords to change
        laptops and
        for Syskey
structural components of Active Directory
subnets and sites
SUS (Software Update Services)
        configuring clients
        installing/configuring server
        integrating with MBSA
suspicious activities, report to security
symmetric algorithms
symmetric keys
synchronization schedules, configuring
Syskey utility
        mode 2, configuring for laptops
        modes of protection
system information, protecting with Syskey
System Monitor tool


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

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