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Date published
3/7/2010 9:56:09 PM
Contributor:
Mark Austin

5 Tips for Flexible Desktop Lockdown

Desktop lockdown shouldn’t hinder a user from performing their day to day role. Rather, locking down desktops should provide a secure environment in which the user can effectively go about their tasks, without giving them the frustration of being 'locked out'. Here we've provided 5 tips to help you on your way to achieving flexible desktop lockdown.

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Date published
2/28/2010 4:03:44 PM
Contributor:
Mark Austin

Embrace Group Policy, It Makes Sense...

It surprises me how few vendors use Active Directory Group Policy as a mechanism to centrally manage and deploy policy settings for their Windows based products, and instead build their own backend infrastructure for this purpose. I could rattle off a long list of benefits, including hierarchical management, a strong security model that includes delegated administration, built-in replication, stability and scalability, to name but a few.

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Date published
2/26/2010 2:34:12 PM
Contributor:
Mark Austin

A Brief Introduction to Least Privilege

As a new software release for least privilege leaves the building, it seemed an opportune time to start blogging, not to plug the release of course. Alright, I’m allowed one shameless plug in my first blog given the team have worked so hard on this release.

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