Securing Windows Server 2003 - Danseglio, Mike
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With the success of computer viruses like Slammer, security issues are now a top priority for Windows system administrators, right alongside day-to-day tasks such as setting up accounts and managing performance. If you use Windows 2003 Server at a small to medium-sized organization, or use Microsoft's Small Business Server, this thorough yet concise tutorial offers the hands-on advice you need for securing your network.
Modern network operating systems include bundled services that range from traditional file and print sharing and Internet services to authentication, directory and remote
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Produktbeschreibung
With the success of computer viruses like Slammer, security issues are now a top priority for Windows system administrators, right alongside day-to-day tasks such as setting up accounts and managing performance. If you use Windows 2003 Server at a small to medium-sized organization, or use Microsoft's Small Business Server, this thorough yet concise tutorial offers the hands-on advice you need for securing your network.

Modern network operating systems include bundled services that range from traditional file and print sharing and Internet services to authentication, directory and remote access services each a potential security vulnerability as well as a capability. Securing Windows Server 2003 shows you how to put Windows security tools to work, and how to run the server's subsystems to protect users and resources. But that's just the beginning.

Network security needs to be well thought-out, not treated as a fire drill when a threat occurs. This book focuses primarily on ways to plan and implement a secure operating environment. Microsoft security veteran Mike Danseglio uses real-world examples to show you how various security concepts relate to your own system, including:

- File System Security

- Group Policy and security templates

- Running secure code

- Authentication

- IP security

- Public Key Certificates and Public Key Infrastructure

- Smart Card technology

- DHCP and DNS security

- Internet Information Services security

- Active Directory security

- Remote access security

- Security audits

- Sending secure email, and more

Many chapters include a debate, in which fictional protagonists discuss the pros and cons of a particular strategy or solution. These debates provide an objective look at competing methodologies, so you can select the solutions that best fit your network. Read this book cover to cover to create and implement a security plan, or use individual chapters as stand-alone lessons. Either way, Securing Windows Server 2003 will guide you safely through the morass of security threats.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: O'Reilly and Associates / OREILLY MEDIA
  • Seitenzahl: 426
  • Erscheinungstermin: November 2004
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 231mm x 179mm x 29mm
  • Gewicht: 721g
  • ISBN-13: 9780596006853
  • ISBN-10: 0596006853
  • Artikelnr.: 12775846
Autorenporträt
Mike Danseglio is a Program Manager in the Security Solutions group at Microsoft Corporation. He has worked in the areas of security and technology for the last decade. He holds several technical certifications including MCSE and CISSP. His work includes developing and teaching extensive security training on topics including cryptography, security technology, and attacks and countermeasures. His recent projects include writing security documentation for Windows XP and the Windows Server 2003 family as well as working on a host of white papers and articles. He also works on security feature development for Microsoft Windows.
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"Jedes Kapitel ist ähnlich aufgebaut: zunächst kommt eine Erklärung des Themenbereichs mit einer Beschreibung, welche Mittel zur Sicherung der Windows Server 2003 bietet. Dann werden die Funktionen anhand von Beispielen aus Danseglios Praxis umgesetzt, komplett mit klaren Anleitungen und Screenshots der relevanten Einstellungen. So bekommt der Leser eine `Best Practices'-Anleitung, ohne dass der Autor seinen als den einzig wahren Weg verkünden würde. Das Resultat ist ein Buch, das sich sehr ausführlich mit den Grundlagen der Sicherung eines Serverbetriebssystems beschäftigt, ohne beim Leser den Eindruck eines abtrakten Theoriewälzers hervorzurufen.Fazit: `Securing Windows Sever 2003' ist ein Arbeitsbuch, das dem Leser trotz seiner Praxisnähe auch die Grundlagen des Themas vermittelt. Damit sollte es bei jedem, der gerade dabei ist, seine Serverinfrastruktur hieb- und stichfest zu gestalten, auf dem Schreibtisch liegen. Einziges Manko: Microsoft kommt bei Danseglio generell zu gut weg, wenn es um Sicherhietslücken geht." - www.it-administrator.de, 02/2005, Elmar Török