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Best practices to secure the network
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by:Cliff Galiher
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Every network is different. Best practices for securing a medical practice is going to be different than practices for a web store front that processes online purchases. The question is simply too broad.
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by:buysourceone
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I have 2 companies that will access a RDS.  Not medical but I do not want one company able to access network resources except the 1 server that belongs to them.  The rest of the servers belong to the other company.  I can create different security groups but can I enforce this thru a GPO?
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Two companies-two domains, two networks, etc. Isolate them. Don't try to do multi-tenancy. Windows wasn't architected for it. Not even Microsoft attempts try is with Azure.
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by:buysourceone
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I agree but that is not possible in this instance
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 250 total points
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You can create 2 collections and limit access to each collection by a security group. Any share also has to be restricted by security group. It is going to be a real pain to administer.  You should really re-architect your solution
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It just is not possible to do so at this time.  I will look into your suggestion.
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