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Windows Server 2003 R2 has already hit mainstream support end-of-life a few years ago, and is scheduled for complete end-of-life in a few months. I would not use it for anything, much less a router replacement. You're going to be much better off with an actual router or firewall. To answer your odd question: Yes, with the right configuration and software, ...


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So, essentially, you're asking how to protect a Windows 2003 after EOL? That's a bad idea. e.g. If you deal with costumers sensitive data (like credit cards) you'll probably need someday to comply with some security-related policies (such as PCI-DSS). If you just have there (and by 'there' I mean anywhere on your network, because the chain is as strong as ...



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