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Lesson 2
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Introducing Security Templates
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Analysis snap-in, or the Secedit.exe command-line utility. When you associate a secu rity template with an Active Directory object, the settings in the template become part of the GPO associated with the object. You can also apply a security template directly to a computer, in which case the settings in the template become part of the computer s local policies. There are several advantages to storing your security configuration parameters in secu rity templates. Because the templates are plain text files, you can work with them man ually as with any text file, cutting and pasting sections as needed. Second, templates make it easy to store security configurations of various types, so that you can easily apply different levels of security to computers performing different roles.
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Tip Storing your security settings in templates also provides an adequate backup of a com puter s security configuration that you can use to quickly and easily restore the system to its original configuration. For example, when working with GPOs, it is easy to forget what changes you have made, and manually restoring the GPO to its original configuration can be difficult. If you have a security template containing your original settings, you can simply apply it to the GPO to return to your default settings.
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Using the Security Templates Console
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To work with security templates, you use the Security Templates snap-in for Microsoft Management Console. By default, the Windows Server 2003 Administrative Tools menu does not include an MMC console containing the Security Templates snap-in, so you have to create one yourself using the MMC Add/Remove Snap-in function. When you do this, the console provides an interface like the one shown in Figure 10-1.
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Figure 10-1 The Security Templates snap-in
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Deploying Security Configurations
The scope pane of the Security Templates snap-in contains a list of all the template files the program finds in the Windows\Security\Template folder on the system drive. The snap-in interprets any file in this folder that has an .inf extension as a security template, even though the extensions do not appear in the console.
Tip You can add security templates in other folders to the console by selecting New Tem plate Search Path from the Action menu and then browsing to the folder containing your tem plates. Please note, however, that not all the files with .inf extensions on a computer running Windows Server 2003 are security templates. The operating system uses files with .inf exten sions for other purposes as well.
When you expand one of the templates in the scope pane, you see a hierarchical dis play of the policies in the template (see Figure 10-2), as well as their current settings. You can modify the policies in each template just as you would using the Group Policy Object Editor console.
Exam Tip
It is important to gain a familiarity with the functions and the interface of the Security Templates snap-in.
Figure 10-2 The contents of a security template
See Also For more information about configuring security policies, see Lessons 1 and 2 in
9, Hardening Servers.
Lesson 2
Introducing Security Templates
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Using the Supplied Security Templates
Windows Server 2003 includes a selection of predefined security templates that you can use as is or modify to your needs. These templates provide different levels of secu rity for servers performing specific roles. The predefined templates are as follows:
Setup Security.inf Contains the default security settings created by the Windows Server 2003 Setup program. The settings in the template depend on the nature of the installation, such as whether it was an upgrade or a clean install. You can use this template to restore the original security configuration to a computer that you have modified.
Important When you use a security template to restore a computer s default settings, remember that the template might overwrite existing permissions modified by the installation of other applications. After you restore the default settings, you might have to reinstall your applications or modify certain file system or registry permissions manually.
DC Security.inf A computer running Windows Server 2003 creates this template only when you promote the computer to a domain controller. The template con tains the default file system and registry permissions for domain controllers, as well as system service modifications.
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