Lesson 5 Securing Network Communications

Lesson 5 Securing Network Communications - Stephen L Coates...

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Stephen L Coates Jr (SteCoa8799) <Wednesday, December 08, 2010> CIS 212 Network Security Concepts Lesson 5 – Securing Network Communications Assignment Activity 5-1 Examining Windows IPSec Policies 1. Create a custom MMC Console Containing Ip Security Policy 2. Display the default IPSec policies 3. If you want a Windows Server 2008 computer to request negotiations for secure session but still communicate with a computer that does not respond to the request, which policy would you use? B) Server 4. If you want a Windows Server 2008 computer to require secure communications at all times and not communicate with another computer that can’t negotiate a secure session, which default policy would you use? A) Secure Server 5.Examine the Rule settings in the server policy. 6. Which Component of an IPSec policy rule describes the specific protocol, port and source computer or destination computer to which the rule should apply? D) IP Filter
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7 True Or False? You must explicitly assign a policy to a computer to apply its settings to that computer. True
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