Windows Server 2003 Security the Hard Way
Windows Server 2003 security implemented exclusively in software is often an inefficient approach. Explore the benefits of hardware-based cryptography options, with an emphasis on products from Rainbow-Chrysalis and nCipher.
In the second part of our Windows patch management series, we begin a discussion of free solutions with a look at general techniques for querying registry and launch processes on local and remote systems. We also look at various scripting options.
Advancements in patch management have made it easier to keep Windows environments secure. Our new Windows Patch Management series kicks off with some recent history about patch-related technologies and an overview of general patch management concepts.
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