Best Practices for Securing Your Network

Platí pro: Windows SBS 2003

It is important to set up and follow best practice policies to help secure your Windows SBS network. Best practices include not using the server as a workstation, running security tools, and regularly updating software.

  • You can view best practices on the To Do List in Server Management. For more information, see Security Best Practices.

  • If the server is used as a workstation, the probability of attacks increases. For more information, see Not using your server as a workstation.

  • It is recommended that you run the Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer (MBSA) tool to help keep your network secure. For more information, see Running security tools.

  • It is also recommended that you promptly install software updates to help keep your network secure. For more information, see Updating your software.