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Changes to Default Settings Make Windows Server 2003 More Secure (Part 2)

Microsoft has made a number of changes to the default settings in Windows 2003 to make it more secure "out of the box." In Part 2, we'll examine the changes that have been made to the default settings for common services and changes in the authentication process, and we'll discuss...

Changes to Default Settings Make Windows Server 2003 More Secure (Part 1)

One big change, very noticeable in Windows Server 2003, is the difference in default settings. In this two-part article, we’ll look at how the out-of-the-box server differs in its defaults from previous versions and how the new defaults make the OS more secure (while at the same time causing frustration...

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