There is no single, credible reference available for Windows 2000 security issues. Existing and announced books all offer glimpses of outdated and simplistic issues, while Roberta Bragg offers a clear vision, with focused and technically accurate practical advice. Like other books in the Landmark series, this book presumes knowledge of Windows 2000, or the willingness to look elsewhere for a guide to the Windows 2000 interface, as it is not a step-by-step guide to the operating system. (An excellent companion book would be Inside Windows 2000 Server) Its primary directive is to assist the Windows NT professional in understanding and implementing Windows 2000 security in their organization. The book is divided into four parts. Chapters will have a qbest practicesq section which will make recommendations for settings and security practices. An appendix will follow the main book and will include topics on auditing and security policy.You should also be aware that you will not be able to easily repair the system. Registry Files Permissions on the files that make up the registry are Full Control to Administrators and the SYSTEM. Remember, each file represents a hive in the anbsp;...
|Title||:||Windows 2000 Security|
|Publisher||:||Sams - 2001-01|