Table of Contents

  1. Windows Server 2003 Security Features
    1. Physical Access
    2. Principle of Least Privilege
    3. Develop a Security Policy
    4. Security Baseline Settings
    5. Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer
    6. Using the GUI Version of MBSA
    7. Security Templates
    8. Built-in Security Templates
    9. Group Membership and Privileges
    10. Secure Local PC Systems
    11. Securing the SAM Database
    12. Enforce a Strong Password Policy
    13. Do Not Run Unknown programs
    14. Keep Virus Software up-to-date
    15. Keep Operating System Current
  2. NTFS File and Folder Permissions
    1. Multiple NTFS permissions
    2. Cumulative NTFS permissions
    3. Effective NTFS Permissions
    4. Effective Permissions
    5. Setting NTFS Permissions
    6. NTFS Permissions Inheritance
    7. NTFS Special Access Permissions
    8. Changing Permissions
    9. Taking Ownership
    10. Changing the Owner of a File or Folder
    11. Copying and Moving Files and Folders
    12. Troubleshooting NTFS Permissions
    13. Security Configuration and Analysis
  3. Software Update Infrastructure
    1. Software Update Services
    2. Configuring Software Update Services
    3. SUS Options
    4. Handling Updated Content
    5. Automatic Client Update Settings
    6. Installing the SUS Client
    7. Windows Server Update Services (WSUS)
    8. WSUS Improvements
    9. WSUS Features
  4. Network Protocol Security
    1. Using the IP Security MMC Snap-In
    2. Opening the IP Security Monitor snap-in
    3. Kerberos Support Tools
    4. Kerbtray
    5. Kerblist
    6. Network Monitor and Netcap
    7. Troubleshooting network protocol security
    8. IP Security Policies
  5. Self Assessment Questions (SAQs)
    1. Self Assessment Questions (SAQs) 2
  6. Summary: Implementing secure network administration procedures
  7. Summary: Software Update infrastructure