I administer a Windows Small Business Server 2003 R2 server for a small business. The only ports that this server has exposed to the internet are SSL and the RDP tunnelling port used by the SBS remote ...
We currently have a SBS 2003 with 2 NICs - one LAN side, one WAN. The SBS has an ISA Firewall. We are replacing this server with new hardware and SBS 2011, in the near future. As part of this change, ...
We have a Windows Small Business Server 2003 network with Windows XP and 7 workstations. Some of the workstations have custom remote desktop ports and the modem/firewall (Netgear DG834) forwards these ...
Assume we have a user on our domain with an easy name (i.e. Joe) and an easy password (i.e. P@ssword123). Is it possible for a hacker to gain access to Exchange using that account (using a brute force ...
I have Windows Small Business Server 2003 premium edition on my new server box, this hosts a webapp on IIS. It has set up a DNS Server to solve requests to the webapp. I have a linux server/router ...
I'm currently running a Windows SBS 2003 with ISA 2000 and will be migrating to a new server containing Windows SBS 2008, Standard Edition. Since SBS 2008's internal firewall should not be seen as ...
I have an Exchange server behind an ISA 2004 server and from inside the network, it's possible to access Outlook Web Access. I have published the server but from outside the network I'm not even ...