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Security Patch Management

Even if an administrator has been completely diligent in all aspects of securing their Terminal Server environment, failing to employ proper security patch management can still leave them vulnerable to attacks. In fact, even a cursory configuration of traditional security measures on a Terminal Server coupled with a diligent security patch implementation strategy can leave a server much more secure than one without proper patching.

Today, administrators have little choice but to ensure that their servers remain up-to-date with the latest patches. Because of this I've dedicated a complete chapter to this subject. Chapter 9 provides a thorough discussion on properly managing deployment of security patches in your Terminal Server environment.

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