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by Stacey Anderson-Redick

  • ISBN: 1565926498
  • Category: Technology
  • Author: Stacey Anderson-Redick
  • Subcategory: Operating Systems
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: O'Reilly Media; 1 edition (July 3, 2000)
  • Pages: 549 pages
  • FB2 size: 1109 kb
  • EPUB size: 1534 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
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Download Windows System Policy Editor: Managing Workstation Farms fb2

Stacey Anderson-Redick been a computer network administrator and technician for 12 years. The book is mostly oriented around a computer running Windows on a network.

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This working manual leads the reader through both a Windows systems primer and the more complex aspects of: Different types of system policies, what they control, and how to modify them. Setting default workstation security. Understanding the administrative files. Stacey Anderson-Redick been a computer network administrator and technician for 12 years.

Managing collections of computers that run Microsoft Windows isn't any fun-particularly collections that are distributed throughout a building, region, or planet.

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How can Windows administrators set up different security restrictions for different users? Or set one policy for a whole group? Configure desktops for roving users so that any computer they use will have the same look? Or protect a computer if it is unplugged from the network? These are just a few of the questions that Windows System Policy Editor answers.The Windows system policy editor is a powerful tool for creating and editing local registry values to standardize desktop settings, prevent users from modifying hardware and environment settings, or control or restrict user actions.Windows System Policy Editor enlightens readers on how to prevent security problems like file tampering, loss of data as a result of accidental system software changes, or users being locked out of their own computers.This working manual leads the reader through both a Windows systems primer and the more complex aspects of:

Different types of system policies, what they control, and how to modify themInstalling the policy editor and creating the policy fileSetting default workstation securityUnderstanding the administrative filesSecurity issuesTroubleshootingThe differences between the Win95 and Win98 policy editorProcedures for stand-alone computers as opposed to networked computersComputer security on publicly accessed computers poses unique challenges, today more than ever before. This book is for anyone who's in charge of administering workstations in a school, library, office, or any environment where increased security would be invaluable.
Reviews about Windows System Policy Editor: Managing Workstation Farms (2):
OTANO
To tell the truth, I have only browsed this book. But, if you are like me and have ever wondered what the purpose of the password is on a Windows 95 or 98 computer, this is the best place to start learning. The only other place I seen this discussed is in the Microsoft Windows 95 Resource Kit, a huge 1300 page volume. The book is mostly oriented around a computer running Windows on a network. If you are the only user, your concern is with a "stand alone computer" application which Stacey Anderson-Redick does address.
SlingFire
The strong part of this book to tell the reader the security holes of System Policy Editor itself. If anyone knows the hole he knows how to secure the network. Due to System Policy Editor's limitation it needs to use third party software, the writer suggested.
The week part is, the writer suggested something in one chapter and the same thing to other chapter. Duplicate suggestioning. First few chapters details the System Policy and it's implementation. Rest of the chapters details each template files structure. As to implement the policy a Network Admin don't need the unnessary details. It could save some pages and price would drop.
Though it's limitation I like the writer's expert writing style and give the book ALL STARS.

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