How to Cheat at Designing Security for a Windows Server 2003 by Rob Amini, Elias N. Khnaser, Chris Peiris, Susan Snedaker

By Rob Amini, Elias N. Khnaser, Chris Peiris, Susan Snedaker and Laura E. Hunter (Eds.)

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First, it sets all security values to a known value so you don't have to guess where changes might have been made. Second, applying any of the other predefined security templates does not set default values. The templates modify certain security settings, but if the default values are not in place, there might still be settings that leave your network vulnerable. Reapplying Default Security Settings Since beginning at a known starting point is critical to securing the network, you might choose to reapply default security settings.

2. inf file. This is what establishes a minimum baseline security level for a Windows Server 2003 network. You'll also need to use this file if you remove a security template from a GPO. inf file to restore all default settings changed by the removed template. If you want to define different baseline security components, you can create a copy of this file and edit the copy. However, be aware that the additional security templates build on this known baseline. inf file unmodified. 3. inf file via Group Policy.

If KdcName omitted, DNS can be used to locate KDCs. /DelKdc [KdcName] Deletes a KDC entry for the realm. If KdcName omitted, the realm entry itself is deleted. Add Kpasswd server address for a realm. /AddKpasswd < KpasswdName> /DelKpasswd < Realmname> Delete Kpasswd server address for a realm. /Server < Servername> Specify name of a Windows machine to target the changes. /SetComputerPassword Sets the password for the computer's domain account (or "host" principal).

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