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« on: September 07, 2002, 03:04:39 PM »

Has anyone out there taken any of the MCSE beta tests?  A few days ago I received an email inviting me to take the beta test for 70-214, which I'm planning on taking.  I have heard there could be several hundred questions on the beta test.  I understnd that each beta test would be different but I'm just wondering what to expect.  Thanks for any input
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« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2002, 08:36:11 AM »

No clue, see if you can raise the Freak on this one, I think he has taken a beta before?
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« Reply #2 on: October 14, 2002, 10:45:51 AM »

Security Operations Guide for Windows 2000 Server
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Are you looking to lock down your Windows 2000 Server to minimize vulnerabilities?

Are you looking for best practices on effectively managing patches?

Are you looking for guidance on auditing and intrusion detection?

If you answered yes to these questions, this resource is for you. The Security Operations Guide for Windows 2000 Server delivers the guidance necessary for IT Pros to securely operate a Windows 2000 environment while ensuring the right access to the right content by the right people. This guide delivers procedures and best practices for system administrators to lock down their Windows 2000-based servers and maintain secure operations once they're up and running. Through effective use of Group Policy, proper patch management, and auditing and intrusion detection tactics, this guide provides administrators with the key information to: manage risk of attack from avoidable malicious code (such as viruses and Trojan horses), unauthorized access, and data theft. Cosponsored by the Windows group, this guide is part of the Windows Strategic Technology Protection Program (STPP). The STPP is split into two primary phases: "Get Secure" and "Stay Secure". This guide briefly discusses Get Secure with server lockdown roles, and then focuses on the "Stay Secure" aspects.

Symantec has created a parallel guide showing how to use their tools to implement the best practices described in this guide at:



Chapter 1 ΤΗτ Introduction
Chapter 2 - Understanding Security Risk
Chapter 3 - Managing Security with Windows 2000 Group Policy
Chapter 4 - Securing Servers Based on Role
Chapter 5 - Patch Management
Chapter 6 - Auditing and Intrusion Detection
Chapter 7 - Responding to Incidents
Appendix A - File Permissions
Appendix B - Default Windows 2000 Services
Appendix C - Additional Services
Job Aid 1 - Threat and Vulnerability Analysis Table
Job Aid 2 - Top Security Blunders
Job Aid 3 - Attacks and Countermeasures
Job Aid 4 - Incident Response Quick Reference Card

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