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1 31st May 02:56
neil pike
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Chris,

There are some Kb articles on this - mainly about locking down the config
share. Or you could get the HIS 2004 beta - that version follows the new MS
mantra of locked-down-by-default.


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2 9th June 11:06
chrisv+ˢ{&貇r
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Thanks for that. Can you point me at the kbs as I seem to have drawn a blank in looking. Not sure if I am missing something, or the product does not need much to do to lock it down.
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3 9th June 11:06
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Chris,

Search for "host integration server" and "securing your environment" on
Technet. The article/section is there

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4 9th June 11:06
chrisv+ˢ{&貇r
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Cheers, Thats todays jobs sorted.
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5 9th June 11:06
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Chris,

I think it depends on more about what you are referring to by 'locking
down' the applicaiton. as neil mentioned, with the older versions of SNA
Server the only concerns really involved the COMCFG share, and the fact
that it was required that the SNA Services run under a Domain Admin Account.

The Article that Neil was referring to is below. Feel free to take a look
at it, and repost if you have any questions regarding the information.

Securing SNA Server to Not Require Everyone: Read Access (NOTE: This only
applies to 2.x versions, but it explains the how.why of the share a bit
more. Later versions do not leave this completely with full access to
Everyone)

http://support.microsoft.com/?id=140556


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Thanks for that. Can you point me at the kbs as I seem to have drawn a
blank in looking. Not sure if I am missing something, or the product does
not need much to do to lock it down.
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6 9th June 11:07
chrisv+ˢ{&貇r
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Thanks for that, can you point me at any KBs as I seem to have drawn a blank. Is it a simple product to lock down ?
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