This subsection describes how to manage security templates in Windows 2000 server. A security template is a physical representation of a security configuration, and is a file where a group of security settings may be stored. Windows 2000 includes a set of security templates, and each template is based on the role of a computer, from security settings for low security domain clients to highly secure domain controllers. These templates cannot be used as they are in the evaluated configuration. They can however, be modified to address evaluated configuration requirements as well as the evaluated configuration recommended settings as may be applicable to an implementing organization.