In computer security, a DMZ, or demilitarized zone is a physical or logical subnetwork that contains and exposes an organization's external services to a larger untrusted network, usually the Internet. The term is normally referred to as a DMZ by information technology professionals. It is sometimes ...

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Active Directory in a DMZ

What is the best way to manage user accounts for Windows servers in a DMZ? We are expanding our web presence and adding several IIS servers to our DMZ. I would prefer not to manage a bunch of local ...
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How to Deploy an ASP.NET Web API- and Browser-based Application to a Production Environment [closed]

(Please forgive if this is posted in an incorrect forum. We didn’t know exactly where to post it.) We have an ASP.NET Web API single page application - a browser-based app running in IIS to serve up ...
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DMZ subnet: to NAT or not to NAT?

I'm looking at setting up a DMZ behind a Cisco ASA that will contain a large number of HTTP front-end load balancers and SSL offload services - over 100 IPs, concentrated on a smaller number of hosts. ...
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Blade Enclosure, Multiple Blade Servers, Whats the closest approximation to a DMZ?

I appreciate that to get a proper DMZ, one should have a physical separation between the DMZ servers and the LAN servers, with a firewall server in between. But, in a network consisting of a single ...
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Virtual host on LAN - VMs on DMZ, separate NICs - is this a bad idea?

Just kicking this idea around, and wanted to see if you'll be so kind as to point out the problems I don't see. If I set up this new HyperV host as a normal domain member, the benefits are obvious. ...
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Will you allow NetBIOS into your DMZ?

Is it secure for a firewall to allow NetBIOS connections from the internal network to the DMZ? If not secure, what are the risks? If secure, what is the FUD about and what are the counterarguments?
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Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard located in our DMZ has problems with connection to RoDC

We had an environment with multiple 2008 R2 DC:s in our internal LAN and a 2008 R2 RoDC:s in our DMZ. We set up 2008 R2 servers in our DMZ and joined them to the domain using DJOIN. Everything ...
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Reverse Proxy - should it be a different technology stack?

Got a skeptical question about a reverse proxy setup I'm considering. I've currently got a pair of load balanced application servers in the DMZ (S1,S2 in figure below). These accept inbound requests ...
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Small business network vlans and hyper-v configuration

We are a small business and have been successfully running one Hyper-V 2012 R2 vmhost with many Windows Server 2012 VMS that includes a DC, Web Server, CRM Server and SQL Server for a couple of years. ...