How to secure your Windows server room

Bernie Klinder, Founder,

The final piece of the puzzle is securing your Windows server room. At a minimum, you must control and log access to the room via security cards, biometrics or other auditable methods. Avoid punch codes because they can be shared. Consider using security cameras within the Windows server room, using your design template as a guide to determine their placement.

Fire suppression systems will vary depending on local ordinances, and their design and placement may affect your final server room design as well.



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Bernie Klinder, MVP, consultant
Bernie Klinder is a technology consultant for a number of Fortune 500 companies. He is also the founder and former editor of, a comprehensive resource index for IT professionals who support Microsoft Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 and BackOffice products. For his contributions to the information technology community, Bernie was selected as an MVP (Most Valuable Professional) by Microsoft. Copyright 2004 TechTarget

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