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RE: Setting up secure windows xp network
From: Lachlan McGill <Lachlan.McGill () au logical com>
Date: Tue, 27 May 2003 13:29:41 +1000

As a very simple method, you can try just blocking ports on the network card
level in its TCP/IP properties. This is very simple and also not necessarily
the most secure.

You should be able to get some success with third party apps such as
Nortons, Mcafee and Zone Alarm. Its just a matter of configuring them
properly to suit your setup. 

-----Original Message-----
From: SML [mailto:sml () ukf net] 
Sent: Friday, 23 May 2003 12:57 AM
To: security-basics () securityfocus com

Hello list.
I'm in the process of securing Windows xp prof network, consisting of 5
We use "workgroup" configuration.
Also the computers are conected to internet through windows 2000 gateway
computer with 2 network cards, where one card connects to ADSL router. NAT
software is in place on the gateway.
I'd much appreciate if somebody could point me to the internet recourses, or
give advise on how to make the most of windows own security features,
policies etc. Also what software firewall could we use on the gateway, since
after trying norton and mcaffe firewals, we couldn't access the intrenet.


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