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Security Issues and Solutions Part 3: Security Lockdown Options Continued

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Windows 2000 provides many additional security restriction options for both domain and local users. This third in a six-part series on security issues by Robert Williams continues to examine issues and recommendations associated with computer system security lockdown.
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In this article, we continue to examine issues and recommendations associated with computer system security lockdown. This series of articles examines various aspects of security threats, and the text is extracted from The Ultimate Windows 2000 System Administrator's Guide (Addison Wesley, 2000). Although some of the text is focused on Microsoft enterprise environments, the principles broadly address other operating system environments.

User Account Security Lockdown

Windows 2000 provides many additional security restriction options for both domain and local users. Describing each of them would require dozens of pages of text, so because they are fairly obvious, we will point you to them instead.

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