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Hardening Windows 2008 Server through GPO

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Hi,

I"m looking to harden my Windows 2008 Servers through security of GPO.

What are the "best practices" of security through GPO that are appropriate for the below role:

Domain Controller
Member Server (e.g., file/print server)

Appreciate your feedback.
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by:Lamini
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- DISA GOLD DISK
- Any of the network vulnerability scanners
- Microsoft Server 2008 Security Guide
- Microsoft Best Practices
- Server 2008 Services Guides
- Server 2008 Group Policy Guides
- a lot of testing.
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