Network security has become an increasing problem, with stories about sometimes significant security breaches a common feature of the nightly news. The premier network platform, Windows NT, has many important security features but they are difficult to configure and manage. With the launch of its successor, Windows 2000 Server, Microsoft has announced new security features that must be quickly grasped by network administrators.
This book addresses this new technology in depth. Written in the practical, results-oriented style for which Syngress Media books are noted, it provides detailed analysis and nuts-and-bolts information about 2000's operating system security services, including the Microsoft Security Configuration Tool Set, support for IP security, the Encrypting File System, Public Key Infrastructure, smart cards, and Kerberos.
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