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Using security zones to protect both the systems you are responsible for and their content is critical to keep unwanted visitors from your network, in addition to errant downloads that can contain viruses and compromise the health of your networks internally. Using the options available for configuring each of the four security zones in Windows XP gives you as the administrator flexibility in defining a security strategy for your organization. Using the options as defined in the table in this article gives you a chance to see what the implications are for users when you select Low, Medium/Low, Medium, or High levels of security for each zone you choose to define parameters for. It's strongly suggested that each security zone have a specific strategy associated with it in your organization.

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