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Microsoft Security Compliance Manager SCM 2.5 how do I use it on my Windows 2008 server?

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Microsoft Security Compliance Manager SCM 2.5 how do I use it on my Windows 2008 server?
I have never use MSC before, am trying to see how I check the security on my Windows 2008 server.
Can you show me?
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Question by:lanman777
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Mike Kline earned 2000 total points
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Have you installed the product yet, there is good documentation that you can go through in the tool (see screenshot below)

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That screenshot is from 3.0 but 2.5 has a similar screen.

Some thing l like

The Attachment\Guides gives you a lot of great documents to look at
You can import your group policies and compare to Microsoft Baselines
All settings are there in one tool which is convenient.

Thanks

Mike
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