Many chapters include a debate, in which fictional protagonists discuss the pros and cons of a particular strategy or solution. These debates provide an objective look at competing methodologies, so you can select the solutions that best fit your network. Read this book cover to cover to create and implement a security plan, or use individual chapters as stand-alone lessons. Either way, Securing Windows Server 2003 will guide you safely through the morass of security threats.
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Author Biography - Mike Danseglio
Mike Danseglio is a security writer with Microsoft Corporation in Redmond, Washington. He's been working with computers since the days of punch cards and soldering irons, and has worked at Microsoft since 1993, most recently as a Windows NT-family trainer and as a technical writer for security material. His most recent projects include security documentation for Windows XP and Windows .NET Server 2003, as well as co-authoring the Windows .NET Server Security Administrator's Companion.