Windows security is something we all have to live with, although most of us probably prefer to talk about it in less-than-complimentary terms. If you think about it, you will remember that Windows’ native security structure has remained essentially unchanged since the release of Windows NT in 1993. At that time, Windows was gaining ground as a departmental or small business file and print server, and its security system worked well for those scenarios. Today, things are drastically different. Businesses and organizations need a lot more from Windows’ security.
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