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From: mucko () hot rr com
Date: Fri, 09 Apr 2004 09:38:32 -0500

Hello all!

My company is about to install some new network monitoring equipment from NetQoS.  They implement a w2k server with 
their software that collects data from Cisco netflow.  They also have some linux boxes to hold the data and some w2k 
pro systems placed throughout the network to collect the data from different regions.  I hear through the grapvine that 
we are to protect these systems ourselves.  I can see the usual problems of having Windows boxes on the network.  
Anyone ever used these products and can you tell me the security risks that are involved with placing these systems on 
the network? 

Thank you!

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