Windows Server 2003, and its subsequent updates, R2 and SP1, have all taken significant steps in providing better security measures to thwart would-be criminals. Even with all of the new security features found in Windows Server 2003, server administrators still need to take security seriously and take steps to lock down the Windows server environment. From learning how to use Group Policies to roll security updates out to your entire organization to developing and auditing policy for your infrastructure, the software alone can't keep your organization secure. In this Power
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