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Posted on 2002-04-02
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I'm extremely concerned about the security risk to my main server, especially being a newbie in W2k Server. Any suggestions about maybe some security holes that I should know or do to prevent them??? Thanks in advance.
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tobyk earned 50 total points
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Many many many things
try looking at www.microsoft.com/security
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Are you worried about security leaks from people on the outside or you organization, the inside, or both?

Is the server accessible in any way from the Internet?

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by:ch12345
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No access from the Internet. Probably someone who could gain access to information that they shouldn't have whether they are an employee or not.
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