Security settings define the security-relevant behavior of Windows 2000. Through the use of group policy objects (GPOs) in Active Directory, administrators can centrally apply the security levels required to protect enterprise systems. Local GPOs can also be used to apply security to nonenterprise and workgroup systems. This chapter provides details on using security settings to configure a system's security.
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See chapter 8, Installing Microsoft Windows 2000 for more details.