Lab 7 Report - employees to know what to do to their...

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Network List Service went from manual to Automatic, This identifies the network that the computer is connected to, which is important so that it is always known, rather than having to go digging for that information. Especially if you’re able to connect to more than one. Remote Desktop Configuation and Services both went from Manual to Automatic. It helps accomplish tasks and to automatically connect interactively to a remote computer and is also automatically responsible for remote desktop services and related configurations. Smart Cards is automatic. It automatically manages access to smart cards being read by the computer. In a government work environment, this is really smart since they use smart cards for computer access. Windows Update went from Manual to Automatic, that’s important if you have more than one computer on your sever, which would be obvious if you were running a server I’d think. You can’t rely on
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Unformatted text preview: employees to know what to do to their computers, and a lot of employees might forget to update because they’re too busy, so auto se²ng just helps you keep these computers up to date. Everthing else went to disabled. One of the services I’ve selected was the Smart Card, I would disable this conFguraTon as Smart Cards are not needed for the computers Network connecTons would be disables, so anyone connected with a company issued laptop would not automaTcally connect to our network. I’ll disable IP helper, as it “enables the retrieval and modiFcaTon of network conFguraTon se²ngs for the local computer.” (Microso³) Smart Card Removal Policy, disabled as Smart Cards policy is disabled. The frewall tmed ou± ±he ping disabling ±he connecton be±ween ±he ±wo servers. The new frewall opton allowed ±he servers ±o connec±, incoming only....
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