Creating a Security Management Console in VS .NET

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To make your job easier, create an MMC console that includes all the tools you'll need for editing, analyzing, and applying security templates: 1. Click Start, Run; then type mmc, and click OK. 2. On the File menu, click Add/Remove Snap in. 3. In the Add/Remove Snap in dialog box, click Add. 4. Click Security Templates, and click Add. 5. Click Security Configuration And Analysis, and click Add. After creating your console, save it to a file for quick access. On the File menu, click Save. I like to call the file Templates.msc. MMC saves your file in your Administrative Tools folder. To open it again quickly, click Start, All Programs, Administrative Tools, and then Templates (or what ever you called it). Figure 7 4 shows the console that I created as described in this section.
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Figure 7 4: You build templates with security templates, and you analyze and apply templates using Security Configuration And Analysis.
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Choosing a Predefined Security Template
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Windows XP comes with a small gaggle of predefined security templates. You almost never need to create a new template because you can usually just customize one of the predefined templates and save it to a different file. They provide starting points for applying security policies in different scenarios, whether those scenarios include one, one hundred, or thousands of computers. The following predefined security policies are in %SYSTEMROOT% \Security\Templates by default: Default security (Setup security.inf). This template contains the default security settings that the setup program applies when you install Windows XP. It includes file system and registry permissions, too. If you need information about the operating system's default permissions, you'll find that information here. You can use this template to restore a computer to the original Windows XP security settings, which you'd do by applying it with Security Configuration And Analysis, but don't deploy it using Group Policy. Compatible (Compatws.inf). This template contains security settings that relax restrictions on the Users group enough to allow legacy applications to run. This is preferable to moving users from the Users group to the Power Users or, oh my, the Administrators groups. Specifically, this template changes the file system and registry permissions granted to the Users group so that they're consistent with legacy and other applications that aren't certified for Windows XP. This template also assumes that the administrator doesn't want users in the Power Users group, so it moves users from Power Users to the Users group. This template applies to workstations only, and you shouldn't apply it to servers. Secure (Secure*.inf). These templates tighten security settings that are least likely to affect application compatibility. Securedc.inf is for domain controllers, and Securews.inf is for workstations. It applies strong password, lockout, and audit settings, for example. It also limits the user of LAN Manager and NTLM authentication protocols by configuring Windows XP to send only NTLM version 2 responses and configuring servers to refuse LAN Manager responses. Last, this template restricts anonymous users by preventing them from enumerating account names, enumerating shares, and translating SIDs (see 1, "Learning the Basics"). Test this template carefully before deploying it. Highly Secure (hisec*.inf). These templates are supersets of the previous templates, and they apply even more restrictions. Hisecdc.inf is for domain controllers, and Hisecws.inf is for workstations. For example, this template sets the levels of encryption and signing that Windows XP requires for authentication and for data moving over secure channels. It requires strong encrypting and signing. Last, it removes all members of the Power Users groups and makes sure that only the Domain Admins group and the local Administrator are members of the local Administrators group. Test these templates to ensure compatibility with your infrastructure and applications because only certified applications are likely to run after applying it. System root security (Rootsec.inf). This template defines root permissions for the Windows XP file system. It contains no registry permissions. It does apply permissions for the root of %SYSTEMDRIVE%. You can apply this template to a computer to restore these permissions to the root of the system drive or to apply the same permissions to additional volumes. No Terminal Server user SID (Notssid.inf). This template removes unnecessary Terminal Server SIDs from the file system and registry when running Terminal Server in application compatibility mode. If possible, run Terminal Server in full security mode instead, a mode in which the Terminal Server SID isn't used at all. Most of these security templates are incremental. They modify the default or existing security settings if those settings are already configured on the computer. Other than the Setup Security template, they don't configure the default security settings before changing the computer's security 177
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configuration. Also, you can't use security templates to secure Windows XP when you use the FAT file system. You can view these templates in your new MMC console. In the console's left pane, double click a security template to open it. By default, the templates are under C:\Windows \Security\Templates in Security Templates. You can add a new path, however. Right click Security Templates, and then click New Template Search Path. You'll see both paths in Security Templates. If you want to remove a path from Security Templates, right click it, and then click Delete.
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