This paper describes how the Cisco Secure Access Control Server for Windows (Cisco Secure ACS) can be protected against the vulnerabilities of the Windows NT and Windows 2000 operating systems and explains how to improve security on the server host. It discusses making the system dedicated to ACS, removing all unnecessary services, and other measures. It also discusses how to improve administrative security for ACS through such methods as stronger passwords and controlled administrative access. This paper concludes with considerations of physical security for Cisco Secure ACS and its host.
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