Much the chagrin of Microsoft, many companies are still using Windows Server 2003. Here’s how to stay secure using software that is no longer supported.
Windows Server 2003
How and when to audit network printers.
Printer permissions and other security settings.
How to secure sensitive printers in your organization.
The Advanced TCP/IP settings dialog and its relevant tabs.
What disk quotas are, when they should be used, and how to configure them in Windows 2003.
This article shows how to use Access-Based Enumeration to hide shared files and folders from network users who are not authorized to access them. This helps prevent footprinting of your network resources and helps ensure the privacy of sensitive information stored on your servers.
In this article, I will explain how you can create some virtual servers of your own.
This article presents a systematic approach to troubleshooting file system problems on servers running Windows Server 2003. Various tools for troubleshooting disk problems are examined and best practices for using them are explained.
In this article, I will show you how and when to create a trust between two separate forests, through which every domain trusts every other domain.