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May 25 – June 15, 2006. Technical Overview. Damir Bersinic IT Pro Advisor Microsoft Canada damirb@microsoft.com. Bruce Cowper IT Pro Advisor Microsoft Canada bcowper@microsoft.com. http://blogs.technet.com/canitpro. Session Goals:.

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May 25 – June 15, 2006


Technical Overview

Damir Bersinic

IT Pro Advisor

Microsoft Canada

damirb@microsoft.com

Bruce Cowper

IT Pro Advisor

Microsoft Canada

bcowper@microsoft.com

http://blogs.technet.com/canitpro


Session Goals:

  • Provide insight into how Vista fits in your environment

  • Showcase Vista security

  • How To’s: configuration and management of Windows Vista

  • Best Practices, Tools and Tips


Agenda

  • Key Vista User Enhancements

  • Monitoring and Task Scheduling

  • Centralized Security Management

  • Protecting the OS


  • Breakthrough Windows Aero and Basic experiences

  • Desktop Search and Organization

  • Internet Explorer 7

  • Windows Sidebar

  • Performance

  • XPS Documents

  • Better together with Office 2007

Empowered Professional


demonstration

Windows Vista Features

User Interface Enhancements

Enhanced Search

Internet Explorer 7

Family Safety Settings


Agenda

  • Key Vista User Enhancements

  • Monitoring and Task Scheduling

  • Centralized Security Management

  • Protecting the OS


New Event Reporting Standards

Infrastructure Enhanced

Windows Vista

Event Logging

More Components Producing Events

Event Forwarding

Event Logging in Windows Vista


Reusable Views


Cross Log Query

Cross Log Queries


Forwarded Events

SEA-DC-01

SEA-WRK-002

SEA-WRK-001


Launch tasks at specific times

Specific event occurs

User logs on

Computer is idle

Task Scheduler


demonstration

Event Management and Task Scheduling

Creating a cross log query and reusable view

Event forwarding

Attaching a Task to an event

Creating a new Task


Agenda

  • Key Vista User Enhancements

  • Monitoring and Task Scheduling

  • Centralized Security Management

  • Protecting the OS


Security Pain Points

Users over-privileged

Spyware and Viruses

Lost Productivity

Administrative Cost

Secure by Default


Foundational Protection


Windows Defender

Wireless and Wired Configuration

Version 7.0

Network Access Protection

Public Key Policy Configuration

Integrated IE 7.0 Policy Settings

Security Enhancements


IPsec

Windows Firewall


Getting The Right Set Of Policy Settings In Windows Vista

Policy Settings Highlights

  • Power savings potential via GP control of power management

  • Granular control over USB devices

  • Integration of the Firewall and IPSec*

  • IE Settings controlled via Group Policy

More Control and Flexibility

GPMC Integration

Support for multiple local GPOs

Search/Sort/ Filter and Templates (SP1)

Language- and network-aware


demonstration

Securing Windows Vista Using Group Policy

USB and Device Locks

User Account Controls

IE7 Settings

Windows Firewall


Agenda

  • Key Vista User Enhancements

  • Monitoring and Task Scheduling

  • Centralized Security Management

  • Protecting the OS


63%

36%

35%

22%

22%

20%

Information Leakage Is Top-of-mind With Business Decision Makers

Virus infection

Unintended forwarding of emails

Loss of mobile devices

Password compromise

Email piracy

Loss of digital assets, restored

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

“After virus infections, businesses report unintended forwarding of e-mails and loss of mobile devices more frequently than they do any other security breach”

Jupiter Research Report, 2004


Policy Definition & Enforcement

Rights Management Services

User-Based File System Encryption

Encrypted File System

Hardware-Based Disk Encryption

Full Volume Encryption

Windows Vista Data Protection


Designed specifically to prevent a thief who boots another Operating System or runs a hacking tool from breaking Windows file and system protections

Provides data protection on your Windows client systems, even when the system is in unauthorized hands or is running a different or exploiting Operating Ssystem

Uses a v1.2 TPM or USB flash drive for key storage

BitLocker™ Drive Encryption

BitLocker


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Different BitLocker Configurations

USB Dongle

TPM Chip

TPM Chip and Pin

TPM Chip and USB Dongle


demonstration

Protecting the OS

Administrative tasks to protect the OS

Enabling BitLocker™ Drive Encryption


Session Summary

  • Windows Vista’s user interface provides a cleaner environment to work in

  • Windows Vista is Secure by Design

  • Group Policy enhancements allow you to more easily and completely control desktops

  • BitLocker™ Drive Encryption secures the hard disk


For More Information…

  • Main TechNet Canada Web site at

    www.microsoft.ca/technet

  • Windows Vista Main Web Site

    http://www.microsoft.com/windowsvista

  • Canadian IT Pro Blog

    http://blogs.technet.com/canitpro


Join us for the next session on:

Microsoft Office 2007 – Working Together Better


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