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Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced 1 Activity 14-1: Browsing Security Templates Objective: To become familiar with built-in security templates Start  Run.

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1 Guide to MCSE , Enhanced 1 Activity 14-1: Browsing Security Templates Objective: To become familiar with built-in security templates Start  Run  type mmc  OK  File  Add/Remove Snap-in  Add Locate and view the available templates as directed Browse through the available templates and the specific policies associated with them

2 Guide to MCSE , Enhanced 2 Activity 14-2: Creating a Security Template Objective: to explore the creation of a custom security template Open a New Template from the MMC Security Templates snap-in as directed Configure settings for the new template as specified Save the template View the template file

3 Guide to MCSE , Enhanced 3 Activity 14-2: Creating a Security Template (continued)

4 Guide to MCSE , Enhanced 4 Activity 14-3: Applying Security Template Settings to Group Policy Objects Objective: to use Group Policy to deploy security template settings Start  Administrative Tools  Active Directory Users and Computers Open the Default Domain Policy from the Properties of the domain Import the previously created template as directed Verify settings

5 Guide to MCSE , Enhanced 5 Activity 14-4: Analyzing Security Settings Using Security Configuration and Analysis Objective: To use the Security Configuration and Analysis snap-in to compare current configuration with security template settings Open the Security Configuration and Analysis snap-in as directed and open a new database Import the hisecdc.inf template for comparison Perform the analysis Review and compare the settings as directed

6 Guide to MCSE , Enhanced 6 Activity 14-4 (continued)

7 Guide to MCSE , Enhanced 7 Activity 14-5: Exploring Default Auditing Settings Objective: to explore the auditing settings of the default domain controller GPO Open the Properties of the Domain Controllers OU in Active Directory Users and Computers Edit the Default Domain Controllers Policy on the Group Policy tab as directed Open the Audit Policy node and browse through the various policy settings

8 Guide to MCSE , Enhanced 8 Activity 14-5 (continued)

9 Guide to MCSE , Enhanced 9 Activity 14-5 (continued)

10 Guide to MCSE , Enhanced 10 Activity 14-6: Configuring and Testing New Audit Policy Settings Objective: to become familiar with changing and testing the configuration of audit policy settings Open the Default Domain Controllers Policy GPO auditing settings Reconfigure the settings as directed Manually refresh the Group Policy settings Test the new settings and view results using Event Viewer

11 Guide to MCSE , Enhanced 11 Activity 14-7: Configuring Auditing on an NTFS Folder Objective: to log failed and successful accesses to an NTFS folder Create and configure NTFS permissions for a new folder Configure auditing settings for the folder Test the auditing settings and permissions by attempting to access and delete the folder Use Event Viewer to verify correct auditing

12 Guide to MCSE , Enhanced 12 Activity 14-7 (continued)

13 Guide to MCSE , Enhanced 13 Activity 14-8: Configuring Event Viewer Log Properties Objective: to use the find and filter features in Event Viewer to manage log files Open Event Viewer and view local Security log Use the Find feature to locate specific types of events as directed Next, use the Filter feature to manage the log, displaying only events meeting specified criteria Redisplay all records in the log as directed

14 Guide to MCSE , Enhanced 14 Activity 14-9: Editing Security Log Settings and Saving Events Objective: to configure properties of the Security log and save event entries for archiving purposes Open the Properties of the Security log through Event Viewer Reconfigure the Security log size and overwrite properties as directed Save and clear the Security log as noted Open the saved log to verify


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