Networking Professional: Server Security | 882MB
Lab Setup Video
This video is important because it lays out the scenario that you will be using throughout the video.
Applying Baseline Security to Computers
In order to secure your network you need to make sure that each piece of the network is secure. This includes each server and router, ect. This video is important because this is the starting point for making your network more secure.
* MS Baseline Security Analyzer
* Account Security Implementation
* Password and Account Lockout Policies Configuration
* Update Windows Server 2003 with Windows Update
Taking Security to the Next Level
You must make sure that each server on your Windows Server 2003 network is secure. If one of your servers is not secure it can be hacked and used as a jumping off point for other servers to be hacked. You are going to benefit from this video because you will see how to go beyond basic security to make your servers, and ultimately your network, more secure.
* Securing Windows Server 2003 with Security Options
* System Services Configuration
* Assign User Rights
* Advanced Security Settings Configuration
NTFS Permissions, Securing Files and Folders
Knowing how to set NTFS Permissions and knowing how to secure files and folders for the Users and Groups in your network is a great way to control who has access to specific information.
* NTFS Permissions Setup and Configuration
* Files and Folders Security
Configuring and using Security Auditing is going to allow you to keep track of specific security events. Tracking these audits in the Event Viewer tool gives the administrator the ability to track security issues for specific users. This is another beneficial feature of network security in Windows Server 2003.
* Even Viewer Tool
* Security Auditing Explanation
Remote Access Video
Knowing how to set up and use terminal services allows the administrator to easily manage servers and remote users. From one system the administrator can manage multiple servers.
* Terminal Services in Windows 2000 and Server 2003
* Differences between Windows 2000 and Server 2003
* New Features in Windows Server 2003