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Your manager has asked you to manage the security configurations of the 10 servers and 150 portable and desktop computers in your Active Directory domain environment. In the past, computers have been compromised because end users modified the security configurations of their computers. Your manager wants the solution you create to ensure that end users cannot reduce the security of their computers.
Most servers perform multiple tasks. In total, your 10 servers perform the following roles:
Six file servers
Three domain controllers
Three mail servers
Two external Web servers
Two internal Web servers
Two proxy servers
Four database servers
Though you have been pushing management to fund upgrades for all portable and desktop systems, you still have many older operating systems in use. Of the 150 portable and desktop computers, you have:
120 computers running Windows XP Professional
10 computers running Windows NT Workstation 4.0
5 computers running Windows XP Home Edition
7 computers running Windows 2000 Professional
4 computers running Windows Millennium Edition
4 computers running Windows 95
The following questions are intended to reinforce key information presented in this lesson. If you are unable to answer a question, review the lesson materials and try the question again. You can find answers to the questions in the “Questions and Answers” section at the end of this chapter.
How many different security templates will you create, and what will each one be used for?
Which of the following is the right choice for deploying security templates in your environment?
Importing the security templates into Local Group Policy.
Importing the security templates by using Secedit.
Importing the security templates by using the Security Configuration And Analysis tool.
Importing the security templates by using GPOs linked to Active Directory.
Which of the portable and desktop computers will not be able to use Group Policy?
The computers running Windows XP Professional
The computers running Windows NT Workstation 4.0
The computers running Windows XP Home Edition
The computers running Windows 2000 Professional
The computers running Windows Millennium Edition
The computers running Windows 95
How will you apply security settings to those systems that do not support Group Policy?
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