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Creating and Applying IPSec Policies
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The MMC is used to create and configure IPSec policies The IPSec snap-in must be added to the MMC as shown in Figure 9-11 When the IPSec snap-in is first opened, the three default policies are present for you to use and alter as needed, or you can create your own using the IP Security Policy Wizard
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Figure 9-11: Configuring IPSec policies in the MMC If you choose to make your own security policies, you will be prompted to do the following: Set the default reply to request for secure connections Set the method of security to be used Select the authentication method Decide which connection types will apply this policy (LAN, remote, or all) You can also establish settings pertaining to handling of keys, and the timeout values of shared information It is also possible to import new and improved security methods as they become available When you have finished making your changes, the policy is added to the default selections so you can alter or view its properties at a later time An IPSec policy can be assigned to a group policy, in which it will be applied to all member computers and users of the policy Unlike many other security policies, in IPSec the local policies take precedence over policies higher up the hierarchy For example, the local OU IPSec policy will override a policy included with the domain
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Security templates are a way to organize all the security features (except IPSec and public keys) for desktop computers into a single file These files or templates can later be loaded into a group policy that may apply to hundreds or thousands of computers Importing security templates saves administration time because nearly all the security features can be configured from one tool and then set for many computers
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To configure a security template, open the MMC and load the Security Configuration and Analysis snap-in The first time you create a template, you'll need to right-click Security and Configuration Analysis and select Open Database Rather than selecting an existing database, type in the name of the new security database (SDB) file This file will hold all your security settings Next, select a template to load The template choices pertain to certain aspects of security, such as local computer settings and domain controller settings In Figure 9-12, you can see the Security Configuration and Analysis snap-in at work When you first open a new security database file, you must either configure it immediately or choose to have your system analyzed for potential security problems before configuring the policy It's usually a good idea to analyze your system from time to time to validate that your security policies are in effect To do this, select the Analyze System Now menu item and specify where to store the results
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Figure 9-12: Security Configuration and Analysis snap-in ANALYZING SECURITY SYSTEM When you select Analyze System Now on the Security Configuration and Analysis menu, the results are stored in a text file Using this report, you can be better prepared to set policies for other computers in the domain Here's a portion of a sample analysis: -------------------------------------------------------------05/30/1999 10:42:53 ----Analysis engine is initialized successfully-------Analyze Group Membership Analyze Replicator Analyze Backup Operators Analyze Print Operators Analyze Server Operators Analyze Account Operators Analyze Guests Analyze Users Analyze Administrators Group Membership analysis completed successfully ----Reading Configuration info ----Analyze Registry Keys 0 mismatches found under machine Registry keys analysis completed successfully
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----Reading Configuration info
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----Analyze File Security 4 mismatches found under e:\ File security analysis completed successfully
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----Analyze General Service Settings General Service analysis completed successfully
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----Analyze available attachment engines Attachment engines analysis completed successfully ----Reading Configuration info
----Analyze Security Policy Analyze password information Analyze account lockout information Analyze account force logoff information Analyze other policy settings CONFIGURING SECURITY POLICIES To configure the policy, select Configure System Now from the Security Configuration and Analysis menu You can configure the following: Account policies Passwords, account lockouts Local policies User rights, logging of security events Group restrictions Local group security administration Registry settings Security for local registry keys File system Security for local file system Services Configuration of startup and security for local services
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