Excerpted from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Delta Guide, by David McAmis and Don Jones, this chapter examines client-side and server-side security enhancements in Exchange Server 2003 and how these features make it easier to secure your messaging infrastructure.
Exchange Server 2003 provides a tough set of security features to crack, including:
- A "secure by design" operating system
- RPC over HTTP
- Kerberos authentication for both servers and clients
- SSL security
- Cross-forest SMTP authentication
Learn about these features and other security capabilities in Exchange 2003, as well as some security aspects you might have overlooked with Exchange 2000 implementations. If you're serious about having a secure Exchange Server 2003 messaging platform, this is the place to start.
Securing Exchange Server 2003 -- 5 tips in 5 minutes
Tip 1: Configuring SSL for Exchange Server 2003
Tip 2: Exchange Server 2003 Kerberos authentication
Tip 3: Setting up RPC over HTTP for Exchange Server 2003
Tip 4: Using cross-forest SMTP authentication with Exchange 2003
Tip 5: Exchange Server 2003 client security enhancements
|This chapter excerpt from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Delta Guide, by David McAmis and Don Jones, is printed with permission from Sams Publishing, Copyright 2004.|