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    Dumber
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    #99135

    Im looking for some templates/ideas to harden my servers (w2k)
    someone got something for me?

    2 IIS, 2 DC, 1 exchange, 1 ISA 1 exact with sus

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    jocampo
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    Not much info. to help you

    You don’t give enought info. but at general, you SHOULD do these:

    1. Apply most Microsoft recently patchs
    2. Keep your virus definitions up to date (you have an Antivirus, right?)
    3. Minimize services (shutdown all you’re currently don’t need)
    4. Try to keep your website organized, with folders, and put each kind of files (images, apps, html) at each folder. Give the correct NTFS permissions to ’em
    5. Finally, If the “data” on your servers is more important than the real efforts you’re doin’ (can), get a external consultant and let him probe/test your network.

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    Dumber
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    #194409

    more looking at policies, IPSEC etcetc…

    the actions you’re telling me, are already done…
    im just looking for some documentation and experiences about it..

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    danielp
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    I’ll send you a sample IPSec policy I’m using on webservers.

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    Dumber
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    #194410

    thnx.
    i will have a look at it..

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