• November 14, 2004 14 Nov'04

    AD permissions

    This excerpt from Chapter 5 of "The definitive guide to Windows 2000 security" explains how to set permissions in Active Directory.  Continue Reading

  • November 14, 2004 14 Nov'04

    Security groups

    This excerpt from Chapter 5 of "The definitive guide to Windows 2000 security" explains how groups are enhanced and used in Windows 2000.  Continue Reading

  • November 14, 2004 14 Nov'04

    Impersonation

    This excerpt from Chapter 5 of "The definitive guide to Windows 2000 security" describes the concept of impersonation and impersonation tokens.  Continue Reading

  • November 14, 2004 14 Nov'04

    Access control entries

    This excerpt from Chapter 5 of "The definitive guide to Windows 2000 security" explains how ACEs carry access control information.  Continue Reading

  • November 14, 2004 14 Nov'04

    User rights

    This excerpt from Chapter 5 of "The definitive guide to Windows 2000 security" explains how logon rights and permissions work.  Continue Reading

  • November 14, 2004 14 Nov'04

    Permissions vs. privileges

    This excerpt from Chapter 5 of "The definitive guide to Windows 2000 security" describes the basic differences between permissions and privileges.  Continue Reading

  • November 14, 2004 14 Nov'04

    The structure of an ACE

    This excerpt from Chapter 5 of "The definitive guide to Windows 2000 security" describes the structure of generic and object-specific ACE types.  Continue Reading

  • November 14, 2004 14 Nov'04

    Security descriptors

    This excerpt from Chapter 5 of "The definitive guide to Windows 2000 security" explains how security descriptors determine whether to allow or deny access.  Continue Reading

  • November 14, 2004 14 Nov'04

    Troubleshooting OWA problems

    This article explains OWA symptoms that point to potential IIS configuration issues and how to resolve them.  Continue Reading

  • November 14, 2004 14 Nov'04

    The ExchMbx command-line tool

    Are you frustrated by the lack of a simple command-line tool to perform basic Exchange administration tasks? Introducing ExchMbx -- a free third-party command-line utility.  Continue Reading

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