How make server 2003 secure for just browsing????

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I am currently using the Windows Server 2003 and the Antivirus installed is Symantec. I want to protect this system from threats and want to just enable the browsing from the proxy server. Anyway how do I make it secure for just browsing?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #88688

How make server 2003 secure for just browsing????

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Dear, 

The best way of the security is implemented on its own in its Windows server 2003 .Use the MMC to open the IP security and block the ports and use just the current browsing port allowed for all users.

Answered By 110 points N/A #88689

How make server 2003 secure for just browsing????

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Thanks for the solution, from where can  I access the MMC?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #88690

How make server 2003 secure for just browsing????

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Instead of IPSEC, you can use Symantec firewall which is available in its own end point protection. Approximately all options with the port blocking functionality.

Answered By 110 points N/A #88691

How make server 2003 secure for just browsing????

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Go to Run from start>>>Type MMC>>>From the file select add remove snap in and search the IP Security module left pane. Then add and click Ok. From the rules create any rules or block all ports of your current system. Thanks.

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You can also use the ISA Server 2006 for blocking the ports and just enabling the browsing. You also can use a built in firewall for the system available. Depending upon  how much secure you want to make it.

Answered By 0 points N/A #88693

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Using the hardware physical firewall is the best way to do this. No tension of virus in server it self. Hardware firewall is reliable too much. Well the famous ones are Seagate, Juniper and Cisco.

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