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How to secure your Microsoft SharePoint products

Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 are becoming popular for companies of all sizes. But its popularity translates into the need for better security, and it might be difficult to figure out what steps you need to take to secure WSS from the start. Here...

Using the Windows 2000 DNS service

If you want to use Active Directory on your network, you'll have to get used to Microsoft's DNS server. Fortunately, Microsoft has eased the administration of DNS within the Microsoft Management Console. In this article, I'll show you how to set up a DNS server in Windows 2000....

Plan and implement an IIS 5.0-based Web site

It seems like everyone has a Web site nowadays. If your company has been slow to move onto the Web-site highway, there is no time like the present to rectify that problem. But how exactly do you go about implementing a Web site for your organization? This article will show...

Understanding how DNS works, part 2

In "Understanding how DNS works, part 1," I explained forward lookup, which maps DNS names to IP addresses. In this article, I'll dig a little deeper into how DNS works. I'll discuss reverse lookup, DNS delegation, and forwarders, cachers, and slaves....

Understanding how DNS works, part 1

DNS (Domain Name Service) is one of the most basic services on the Internet. If you want to effectively set up TCP/IP on your network, you'll probably need to install a DNS server at some point. But what is DNS and how does it work?...

Understanding IP Addresses

In today's computing age, IP addressing is critical in every network. To become certified in any network program, you must have a fundamental understanding of IP addressing. If you want a networking job, it's imperative that you're familiar with IP addressing. You should be able to determine a valid IP...

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