1. What are other available Password Policy options that could be enforced to improve security?
Enforce password history, Maximum password age, Minimum password age, Minimum password length, Password must meet complexity requirements, & Store passwords using reversible encryption.
2. Is using the option to ‘Store passwords using reversible encryption’ a good security practice? Why or why not?
As it stores passwords without encrypting them, it is not good practice because they will be stored in plain text.
3. When should you enable the option to ‘Store passwords using reversible encryption’?
Only when using a program that requires it.
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Local security policies only include the Account Policy and Local Policy security areas described above. Security policies defined for domains or OUs can include all security areas. In this scenario the other computers would have to be part of the domain or OU.
6. What sources could you use as a source to perform the MBSA security state?
MBSA will automatically assess missing security updates on target computers based on their access to the live Microsoft Update Web site. If the target computer is also assigned to a WSUS server, the Microsoft Update results are limited to the updates approved by the WSUS server administrator. If the target computer cannot determine its security state based on Microsoft Update and an assigned WSUS server, the offline catalog (Wsusscn2.cab) on the scanning computer is pushed to the target computer to make the security assessment
7. What does WSUS stand for and what does it do?
Windows Server Update Services, enables administrators to manage the distribution of updates and hotfixes released for Microsoft products to computers in a corporate environment. WSUS downloads these updates from the Microsoft Update website and then...