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  • Removable storage

    Controlling access to removable storage, such as USB devices, will help make your network environment more secure. This excerpt from The Definitive Guide to Securing Windows in the Enterprise offers some third party tools for locking down ...  Continue Reading

  • Local system permissions

    This excerpt from The Definitive Guide to Securing Windows in the Enterprise covers local system permissions and how you can reconfigure the default permissions to reduce the likelihood of an attacker gaining access to your network.  Continue Reading

  • Folder redirection

    Folder redirection enables files to be centrally secured and audited on the server, eliminating the need to worry about local folders on a client's computer. This excerpt from The Definitive Guide to Securing Windows in the Enterprise ...  Continue Reading

  • Service management

    Client computers come with several pre-enabled services which may represent security risks to your network. In this excerpt from The Definitive Guide to Securing Windows in the Enterprise, you will learn which services you should disable ...  Continue Reading

  • Managing recipients and distribution lists -- 15 tips in 15 minutes

    Take a look inside "Learning Exchange Server 2003," with this collection of 15 tips excerpted from Chapter 5, "Managing recipients and distribution lists." Author William Boswell uses screen shots, diagrams and step-by-step instructions to teach you...  Continue Reading

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