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Windows Server 2003 Server

A. On your network, all network administrators upgraded their machines to Windows XP Professional, and a Windows Server 2003 server with an enormous amount of disk space is available for their use. Explain which Windows Server 2003 fault-tolerant feature they should use to protect their desktop settings, applications, and data files, and explain how it provides this protection.

b. Under normal circumstances, auditing focuses on failures to access rather than successful accesses. Explain why it might be a good idea to audit successful access to files in a directory that contains highly confidential files.

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"a. On your network, all network administrators upgraded their machines to Windows XP Professional, and a Windows Server 2003 server with an enormous amount of disk space is available for their use. Explain which Windows Server 2003 fault-tolerant feature they should use to protect their desktop settings, applications, and data files, and explain how it provides this protection."

In Windows Server 2003 , Windows File Protection prevents the replacement of protected system files such as .sys, .dll, .ocx, .ttf, .fon, and .exe files. Windows File Protection runs in the background and protects all files that are installed by the Windows Setup program. Windows File Protection detects attempts by other programs to replace or move a protected system file. Windows File Protection checks the file's digital signature to determine if the ...

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