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Implementing Advanced Security. Exchange 2000 Server Security Advanced Security Features. Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server Security. Controlling Access to Exchange 2000 resources Auditing and protocol logging Secured Internet connections Private/public key security.

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Implementing Advanced Security

  • Exchange 2000 Server Security

  • Advanced Security Features


Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server Security

  • Controlling Access to Exchange 2000 resources

  • Auditing and protocol logging

  • Secured Internet connections

  • Private/public key security


Controlling Access to Exchange 2000 Resources

  • Access control in Microsoft Windows 2000 Server

  • Extended permissions for Exchange 2000 Server

  • Applying and denying permission

  • Access to mailbox settings

  • Access control through NT File System (NTFS) and shared file permissions


Permissions Inheritance


Auditing and Protocol Logging

  • System access control list (SACL)

  • Enabling security auditing

  • Auditing and system performance

  • Internet Protocol (IP) logging


Enabling Security Auditing


Firewall Support forExchange 2000 Server


Encryption Key Types


Advanced Security Features

  • The architecture

  • Server keys and passwords

  • Enabling and implementing advanced security

  • Exchanging signed and sealed messages

  • Managing keys and certificates

  • Managing a Key Management (KM) Server

  • Advanced security with other organizations


KM Server Architecture

  • Exchange Key Management Service (KMS)

  • The KM database

  • The Information Store and System Attendant

  • KM administration

  • The KM Administrator


Server Keys and Passwords

  • KM Database Master Encryption key

  • KM Server password


Key Management Server Architecture


Exchanging Signed Messages


Sending a Sealed Message


KM Considerations

  • KM Server for multiple administrative groups

  • Country-to-country encryption

  • Different versions in one organization


Key and Certificate Management


Moving the KM Server


Chapter Summary

  • Exchange 2000 Server Security

  • Advanced Security Features


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