Here's a list of eight steps you can take to tighten down your Windows 2003 server: Print it out, tape it to your cube wall, implement a few, and maybe you won't have to hear your pager over Thanksgiving dinner.
Articles by Drew Bird
Volume Shadow Copy Service, Part Two: You won't want to trash your existing backup routine in favor of Microsoft's VSS, but you'll probably wonder what you ever did without it.
Users want to recover altered or deleted files all the time, but they never seem to want what you give them. With Windows Server 2003's Volume Shadow Copy Service, backups start making a lot more sense for both you and your users.