Using Access Controls on Windows Server 2008

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Feb 22, 2010


Strong authentication and a few Windows Server 2008 configurations can result in big improvements in an organization's overall security. This Search Security feature discusses how to improve wireless and wired network security configurations using four different Windows Server 2008 access control techniques.


Configuring Windows Server 2008 features will improve authentication and access control in your network.

"In our previous tip, we explored how four Windows components could be used to help with your wireless and wired network security configurations: Windows Active Directory Domain Services, Network Policy Server, Microsoft NAP and Windows Client XP SP3. Now, let's look at how configuring those same Windows Server 2008 features will improve authentication and access control in your network infrastructure."

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