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Microsoft Solutions for Security and Compliance

Windows XP Security Guide

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Windows XP Security Guide

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Chapter 1: Introduction to the Windows XP Security Guide
Welcome to the Windows XP Security Guide. This guide is designed to provide you with the best information available to assess and counter security risks that are specific to Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional with Service Pack 2 (SP2) in your environment. The chapters in this guide provide detailed information about how to configure enhanced security settings and features in Windows XP wherever possible to address identified threats in your environment. If you are a consultant, designer, or systems engineer who works in a Windows XP environment, this guide was designed with you in mind. Microsoft engineering teams, consultants, support engineers, partners, and customers have reviewed and approved the information in this guide to make it: • • • • • Proven. Based on field experience. Authoritative. Offers the best advice available. Accurate. Technically validated and tested. Actionable. Provides the steps to success. Relevant. Addresses real-world security concerns.

Best practices to secure both client and server computers were developed by consultants and systems engineers who have implemented...


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