Securing Windows 2000 DNS by design (Part 1)

by Ricky Magalhaes Sept. 1, 2017 via TechGenix

This white paper will focus on the importance of securing your Windows network’s DNS service and the features, functionality and security of the DNS server by using design. Several deployment methods for DNS in a Windows 2000 environment will be covered and defined. This document is intended to provide clarification when enabling the operational requirements of the organizations designing secure DNS. Knowing that windows 2000 and above relies heavily on the functioning of DNS, your focus should be on securing your valuable DNS server. Windows DNS is one of the fundamental services that are used by all windows 2000 networks that conform to the domain or forest tree model. It is a good idea to keep this service as secure as possible as most of your server service like Microsoft ISA, exchange 2000, and any other communication software has serious dependencies on the flawless execution of the DNS service.

Irina Alexandra Negrii 1 day ago

can't wait to see what it comes next...i always wanted to know more about securing Windows 2000