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VPNs are not limited to connecting users for the purpose of remote access, however. Many hardware and software implementations support secure connections between servers and machines in remote offices. For implementing a VPN, Windows 2000 supports the use of the Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) and Internet Protocol Security (IPSec). Both standards provide for the encryption of data as it travels over a public network, and allow remote users to securely connect to their company servers. More information on Windows 2000 VPNs is available from Sequel Server Books Online and from www.microsoft.com/communications.
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For authentication, Windows 2000 has replaced the methods used by previous versions of Windows NT. Windows 2000 uses the industry-standard Kerberos version 5 protocol. Although the underlying mechanisms for this type of authentication are considerably more complicated, Kerberos provides additional security by requiring both the client and the server to securely identify themselves. The goal is to provide for a single sign-on to access all network resources. Apart from being convenient for end users, it relieves systems administrators from having to implement and maintain multiple security databases. For securing other resources, Certificate Services can be used. The goal is for environments to be able to set up their own public-key-based security infrastructures. These methods will allow you to protect data by using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and smart cards (devices that present authentication information), as well as other methods of digital signatures for e-mail and other resources. Again, the technology is significantly more complex by nature but in environments where authentication is of vital importance, it is invaluable. For more information on using these advanced security features, see the online documentation installed with Windows 2000 and www.microsoft.com/security.
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One of the difficulties in working with various types of disk-storage and management options is making data available to users regardless of where it s stored on your network. Unfortunately, this is often a tedious and manual procedure. When files are being archived in larger environments, it is not uncommon for users to have to fill out a form to request files that have been taken offline or otherwise archived. The information is still available just not convenient to access. They would then have to wait at least several hours while the information was retrieved from the selected media and placed back on the network. Windows 2000 automates many of these features through the use of a feature known as Remote Storage. Remote Storage can be configured to automatically move files from disk devices to tape devices. The main benefit is in cost savings tape storage is much cheaper than disk storage. Remote storage works on a system of storage levels. The two defined levels in-
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clude local storage (for data stored on hard disks) and remote storage (for data offloaded to tape). A systems administrator can specify the amount of free space that should remain available on a specific volume. When it is set up, Remote Storage automatically copies specific files to a tape device but also maintains the local copy. When the drive begins to fill past the preset value, Remote Storage automatically deletes files located on the volume and replaces them with pointers. Data can be automatically copied based on a preset schedule. The other real benefit of using Remote Storage is that files can be automatically retrieved when needed. The process automatically copies the requested information back to local storage. In fact, other than the delay in accessing the files, users may not even notice that seldom-used data has been offloaded to tape devices. To set up Remote Storage, you must first have a compatible tape device installed in Windows 2000. Next, you can specify one or more NTFS volumes as managed volumes. This setting enables Remote Storage. Since it is not installed by default, you can install Remote Storage to your Windows 2000 installation by using the Add/Remove icon in the Control Panel. Once Remote Storage is installed, you can configure its settings by using the MMC snap-in component. For each managed volume, you can specify settings for how much free space should remain and which files can be offloaded, as shown in Figure 3-25. For more information on using Remote Storage, see Windows 2000 Books Online. (This is the online help file installed by default with all versions of Windows 2000.)
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