Accel Certified Windows 2003 Server Environment Professional - The threat of intruders and malicious code such as viruses and worms continues to grow. This makes it critical for organizations of all sizes to take immediate action to increase the security of their desktop and laptop computers. A virus is an intrusive program that infects computer files by inserting in those files copies of self-replicating code, while a worm is a program that runs independently, traveling from computer to computer across network connections. This document explains how to implement the security measures recommended in the Microsoft Windows XP Security Guide in a small or medium business environment with the Microsoft Active Directory directory service.The goal of this document is to provide you with clear and concise instructions for you to download the Windows XP Security Templates, configure the Active Directory domain infrastructure on the domain controllers in your network, and create new Group Policy objects (GPOs) in order to import security templates to help to improve the security of the computers on your network.
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