The best way to get this information is to read the various security tutorials and information available through the Microsoft security center online at www.microsoft.com/security/. TechNet also has lots of good security-related information. Checking out the various materials for the 70-220 Designing Secure Windows 2000 Networks won't hurt you either. You can also check out our own two-day class materials on Windows 2000 Security available through my company's Web site at www.lanw.com/training/interop/?. Finally, be sure to use TechTarget's excellent companion site, http://www.searchsecurity.com, as a resource for your security investigations as well. ?For a great bibliography on Windows 2000 security, be sure to check out the final slides in our presentation and the links in our Security URLs page at the www.lanw.com.
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