QOD for September 17 2003

Discussion in 'MCSE' started by roYal, Sep 17, 2003.

  1. roYal

    roYal Guest

    You are the security administrator for Catherine's Crab Shack, Inc. You are
    responsible for analyzing and configuring the security of all Windows XP
    Professional client computers within the network. You have recently had some
    problems where computers on your network have failed to start properly due
    to users making modifications to certain areas of their computer's Registry.
    You need to secure these areas of the Registry to prevent these occurrences
    in the future. What can you do to protect these specific areas of the
    Registry from modification by unauthorized users?
    1.. Use the secedit.exe utility with the validate switch to set security
    settings on the Registry keys of concern.
    2.. Use the regedit application to set security settings on the Registry
    keys of concern.
    3.. Use the Security Templates and Security Configuration and Analysis
    snap-ins to configure, analyze, and implement security settings on the
    Registry keys of concern.
    4.. Use Windows Explorer to mark the Registry files as Read Only.
    5.. Use Windows Explorer to set NTFS permissions on the Registry files so
    that only authorized users may access them.
    The answer comes tomorrow at...
    http://www.mcsaworld.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&postid=11058#post11058

    Best Wishes,
    roYal
    www.mcseworld.com
    roYal, Sep 17, 2003
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  2. One might stay away from Catherine as she has Crabs and possibly infecting
    who knows what.
    Glenn

    "roYal" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > You are the security administrator for Catherine's Crab Shack, Inc. You

    are
    > responsible for analyzing and configuring the security of all Windows XP
    > Professional client computers within the network. You have recently had

    some
    > problems where computers on your network have failed to start properly due
    > to users making modifications to certain areas of their computer's

    Registry.
    > You need to secure these areas of the Registry to prevent these

    occurrences
    > in the future. What can you do to protect these specific areas of the
    > Registry from modification by unauthorized users?
    > 1.. Use the secedit.exe utility with the validate switch to set security
    > settings on the Registry keys of concern.
    > 2.. Use the regedit application to set security settings on the Registry
    > keys of concern.
    > 3.. Use the Security Templates and Security Configuration and Analysis
    > snap-ins to configure, analyze, and implement security settings on the
    > Registry keys of concern.
    > 4.. Use Windows Explorer to mark the Registry files as Read Only.
    > 5.. Use Windows Explorer to set NTFS permissions on the Registry files

    so
    > that only authorized users may access them.
    > The answer comes tomorrow at...
    > http://www.mcsaworld.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&postid=11058#post11058
    >
    > Best Wishes,
    > roYal
    > www.mcseworld.com
    >
    >
    Glenn D. Crosse, Sep 18, 2003
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