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  • Secure settings for shared files

    Proper file sharing settings are vital to ensuring that important and commonly used documents stay exactly the way you want them. With this advice from Windows hardening expert Jonathan Hassell, get the information you need on how to keep your ...  Continue Reading

  • Top Web security tips of 2006

    Check out the top five Web security tips of 2006 to get advice on securing Internet Explorer, ISA Server and Radius and a set of tools designed to secure the Web browsing experience.  Continue Reading

  • Microsoft Vista and Office 2007 are here

    With the Nov. 30 launch of Microsoft's Windows Vista and Office 2007, there is a lot that users need to know about the new releases. This page provides information about planning, deployment, administration, hardware and security.  Continue Reading

  • Tips on surviving with IE6

    Microsoft recently released it's newest Web browser, Internet Explorer 7. Of course, as is the case with many software releases, this does not mean that IE users across the globe have implemented this new browser. For those of you yet to migrate to ...  Continue Reading

  • Making server apps work with Windows Firewall

    In this excerpt from Mark Minasi's newest book, Mastering Windows Server 2003 Upgrade Edition for SP1 and R2, he explains how to make server apps work with Windows Firewall.  Continue Reading

  • Debunking the "Blue Pill" Vulnerability Theory

    In the weeks since Black Hat, the "Blue Pill" vulnerability demonstration continues to raise concerns about the security of Windows Vista. But is this something Windows admins should be alarmed about? Jonathan Hassell lays out the facts about the ...  Continue Reading

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