Computer Object Settings for Network Security in Software

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Table 11-1 Computer Object Settings for Network Security
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Description Allow inbound Remote Desktop exceptions Prohibit unicast response to multicast or broadcast requests Allow inbound Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) framework exceptions
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Windows Firewall Policies Container: Standard Profile
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In this container, you will find the same policies as those in the Domain profile However, this duplicate set will apply while the computer running Vista is disconnected from the domain This gives you the option to provide a Windows Firewall configuration for two separate working environments: connected and remote
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Table 11-1 Computer Object Settings for Network Security (Continued)
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User configuration options number in the thousands, as do the computer configurations The User Configuration policies range from configuring driver search locations to enabling Internet Explorer settings You make use of User Configuration policies, shown in Figure 11-17, to affect these network access areas: Network policies that control LAN connections TCP/IP configuration Remote access
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Table 11-2 lists the available settings that are especially relevant to network access and security These policies are from the Network Policies container, found under Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Network\Network Connections And User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Network\Network Connections User Configuration policies for network connections usually prevent access to connection objects and the access configuration features To configure and deploy these policies: 1 From the Start menu, type gpmcmsc into the Search field and press ENTER Again, keep in mind that you must be logged on to a domain for this tool to launch 2 Right-click the top node, Group Policy Management, and choose Add Forest from the options Provide the name of the Active Directory forest, and click OK
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Figure 11-17 Group Policy can also be used to manage individual user policies
3 Expand the forest-level node, and expand the Domains container by doubleclicking it Find and expand the domain of interest by double-clicking it 4 Access the Network Connections node by expanding User Configuration\ Administrative Templates\Network\Network Connections 5 Double-click the policy that you want to configure On the Settings tab, select either Enabled or Disabled Click OK
SERVICE HARDENING
Your computer and network are further bolstered in Windows Vista through a mechanism that really runs under your radar In fact, the threat itself was so under the surface that you wouldn t even consider it a risk namely, individual services being given access to your system
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Policy Name Ability To Change Properties Of An All User Remote Access Connection Ability To Delete All User Remote Access Connections Ability To Enable/Disable A LAN Connection Prohibit Access To Properties Of A LAN Connection Prohibit Access To Properties Of Components Of A Remote Access Connection Prohibit Deletion Of Remote Access Connections Prohibit TCP/IP Advanced Configuration Prohibit Access To The New Connections Wizard Prohibit Adding And Removing Components For A LAN Or Remote Access Connection Prohibit Enabling/Disabling Components Of A LAN Connection Prohibit Connecting And Disconnecting A Remote Access Connection
Description Determines whether users can view and modify the properties of remote access connections available to all users of the computer Determines whether users can delete remote access connections available to all users of the computer Determines whether users can enable or disable LAN connections Determines whether users can change the properties of LAN connections Determines whether users can access and change properties of remote access connections Determines whether users can delete remote access connections Determines whether users can access advanced TCP/IP settings Prevents Vista users from launching and creating new connections of any kind Determines whether local administrators can add and remove network components for a LAN or remote access connection This setting has no effect on nonadministrators Determines whether local administrators can enable and disable the components used by LAN connections Determines whether users can connect and disconnect remote access connections
Table 11-2 User Object Settings for Network Security
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Earlier versions of Windows granted access to system-level services, most of which ran under the LocalSystem account A security breach could open up the computer and compromise system data, allowing malware to modify the system configuration, among other things Vista uses Windows Service Hardening to strengthen system security so that services cannot be used for nefarious purposes It improves system security by doing the following: Limiting servers privilege level by restricting the number of services that run in the LocalSystem account Services that previously ran in the LocalSystem account now run in a less privileged account Critical Windows services are prevented from performing activities that influence the file system, registry, network, or other resources that could be used by malware to install itself or to attack other computers Services can be prevented from modifying the registry or replacing system files Some privileges, like performing debugging, have also been removed on a perservice basis The default number of services that are running has been limited To reduce the chance for attack, some services are configured to start as needed, rather than automatically
Windows Service Hardening adds new features that are also used by Windows services Each service has a Security Identifier (SID) like user accounts which is used to manage the services security permissions Per-service SIDs allow per-service identities Per-service identities allow access-control partitioning with the Windows access control model, including objects and resource managers that use access control lists This allows services to apply access control lists to resources that are private to the service This also prevents other services and users from accessing those resources
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