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The Event Log security area defines attributes related to the application, security, and system logs in the Event Viewer console for computers in a site, domain, or OU. The attributes are: maximum log size, access rights for each log, and retention settings and methods. Event log size and log wrapping should be defined to match your business and security requirements.
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Note You can also configure the default security log size in the Security Properties dialog box. The Security Properties dialog box is located by right-clicking Security and then clicking Properties in the Event Viewer console.
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The Restricted Groups security area provides an important security feature that acts as a governor for group membership. For example, you can create a Restricted Groups policy to control membership in the Administrators group. In Restricted Groups, you
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specify two users, Sue and Mike, as members of the Administrators group. When policy is refreshed, only Sue and Mike remain as members of the Administrators group. Configuring Restricted Groups ensures that group memberships are set as specified. Groups and users not specified in Restricted Groups are removed from the specific group. In addition, the reverse membership configuration option ensures that each restricted group is a member of only those groups specified in the Member Of column. For these reasons, Restricted Groups should be used primarily to configure membership of local groups on workstation or member servers.
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The System Services security area is used to configure security and startup settings for services running on a computer. The security properties for the service determine what user or group accounts have permission to read/write/delete/execute, as well as inheri tance settings, auditing, and ownership permission. The startup settings are the following:
Automatic Starts a service automatically at system start time Manual Starts a service only if manually started Disabled The service is disabled so it cannot be started
If you choose to set system service startup to Automatic, perform adequate testing to verify that the services can start without user intervention. You should track the system services used on a computer. For performance optimization, set unnecessary or unused services to Manual.
Registry and File System
The Registry security area is used to configure security on registry keys. The File Sys tem security area is used to configure security for file system objects, including access control, audit, and ownership. You can edit the security properties of the registry key or file path: what user or group accounts have permission to read/write/delete/ execute, as well as inheritance settings, auditing, and ownership permission.
Wireless Network (IEEE 802.11) Policies
Wireless technology makes it possible for you to use various devices to access data from anywhere in the world. The Windows Server 2003 family provides support for 802.11 wireless networks. In the Windows Server 2003 family, only Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition supports infrared networking.
Note You can define only one wireless network policy for a domain or OU. If a wireless network policy already exists, the option to create a new wireless network policy is not available.
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Administering Security with Group Policy
The Wireless Network Policy Wizard is provided to help you create a wireless network
policy. Using the wizard, you can specify a name and description for the wireless net-
work policy and configure additional wireless network policy properties such as the
following:
How often to check for policy changes
Types of wireless networks available for connection attempts by clients
Whether to use Windows to configure wireless network settings for clients
Whether to automatically connect to non-preferred networks
Networks to which clients can attempt to connect
Wireless network key (WEP) settings
IEEE 802.1x settings
Public Key Policies
The Public Key Policies security area, shown in Figure 13-1, is used to deploy a public key infrastructure in your organization. A public key infrastructure (PKI) is a system of laws, policies, standards, and software that verify and authenticate the validity of each party involved in an electronic transaction.
Figure 13-1 Public Key Policies security area
The Public Key Policies security area consists of the following security settings:
Encrypting File System This setting is used to add encrypted data recovery agents and change the encrypted data recovery policy settings. It is available for the Computer Configuration node only. Automatic Certificate Request Settings A certificate is a digital document that is commonly used for authentication and to secure information on open networks. This setting enables computers to automatically submit a certificate request to an
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