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Server 2003 Security

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#1 muzza


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Posted 12 July 2007 - 10:08 PM

I have recently installed Server 2003 onto our server type and description below:

FS412 Tandberg 1U 4 x SATA 2 Drive NAS Device, supports RAID Level 0, 0+1, 3 or 5,
1GB RAM DDR400/533 Type (Expandable to 4GB), Intel Pentium IV 3.00GHz HT Processor.
Powered By Microsoft Windows Storage Server 2003 (WSS 2003) operating system and optimized for
storage-specific management and applications, the Tandberg Viking FS-412 NAS ensures ease of
deployment, flexibility and seamless integration to customers’ network environments.

The question I have is what is the best security as for virus attack to use on the server.
The server is not connected to the WWW, its is only internal.


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