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Windows Server 2003: Security and Protection

This collection contains information about security technologies in Windows Server 2003.

  • Auditing

    Security auditing is one of the most powerful tools to help maintain the security of your system. Auditing should identify attacks, either successful or not, that pose a threat to your network, or attacks against resources that you have determined to be valuable in your risk assessment.

  • Authorization and Access Control

    Access control is the process of authorizing users, groups, and computers to access objects on the network by using permissions, user rights, and object auditing.

  • Authorization Manager

    Authorization Manager is a Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in that can help provide effective control of access to resources.

  • Kerberos Authentication

    Kerberos is an authentication mechanism used to verify the identity of a user or host.

  • Logon and Authentication

    Logon and authentication includes passwords, Kerberos, NTLM, Transport Layer Security/Secure Sockets Layer (TLS/SSL), and Digest. In addition, some protocols are combined into authentication packages, such as Negotiate and Schannel, as part of an extensible authentication architecture.

  • Public Key Infrastructure

    A public key infrastructure (PKI) is a system of digital certificates, certification authorities (CAs), and other registration authorities that verify and authenticate the validity of each party involved in an electronic transaction.

  • Security Configuration Wizard

    Security Configuration Wizard (SCW) is an attack-surface reduction tool that guides administrators in creating security policies based on the minimum functionality required for a server's role or roles.

  • Security Policy

    Security policy is the configurable set of rules that the operating system follows when determining the permissions to grant in response to a request for access to resources.

  • Smart Cards

    Smart cards are used to securely store certificates, public and private keys, passwords, and other types of personal information.

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