Closing ports on server 2000

Posted on 2005-03-17
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Is there away to close the ports on a Windows 2000 server, Just keep the Local area network connection, and shut it down from internet access, Spyware, no one uses the server but somehow, all that stuff got in there, Used spybot, ad ware, and got it up and running again, But now I want to shut it down to internet access. We only use it as a local area server.
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Sounds like someone has physical access to this server?  Not a good idea!  

Securing a Windows 2000 Server


Take a look at what services you can shut down on this server, but be careful that you do not interrupt ones that are necessary for the production environment.


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