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The NPA and Microsoft Present:

Windows Server 2003
Security Enhancements

As part of its commitment to reliable, secure, and dependable computing, Microsoft has reviewed every line of code underlying the Windows Server 2003 family as part of an enhanced effort to identify possible fail points and exploitable weaknesses. Learn about the changes you need to understand including: Security Benefits, Group Policy Enhancements, Authentication, Object-based Access Control, Security Policy, Auditing, Active Directory and Security, Data Protection, Network Data Protection, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), and Trusts. Get an important roadmap for other security sessions at TechEd, as well as point to resources to follow up on each of these key enhancements.

Windows Server 2003 Security Enhancements

When: May 28, 2003 2:30 PDT (5:30 EDT)

Where: Web Cast

Cost: FREE -- Registration Requested

The Network Professional Association (NPA), in coordination with Microsoft, invite you to join us at a new web cast that addresses the tactics and technology behind the enhanced security features of Server 2003.

Join us, individually or in groups along with the industry leaders Microsoft as we address the importance of security in Server 2003.

This web cast and your NPA membership will qualify you for a 25 cal copy of SERVER 2003, available June 2003.

Register today to reserve your seat.

Questions? Call NPA at (888) NPA-NPA0 or email Steve Delahunty, Executive Director. Look here for more info about this benefit offer and free software.

The decade-old non-profit Network Professional Association (NPA) is the leading organization for network computing professionals worldwide. To be identified as true professionals, the NPA's international membership adheres to a code-of-ethics and strives for continual growth. The impartial strength of the NPA is a result of vendor neutrality and self-regulation. The Association's focus is to support and promote the role of the network professional. For more information, visit www.npa.org or call 714-573-4780.


 

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