IPSec provides for secure communications between hosts on your network. In this video, learn how to implement secure communication.
- [Instructor] To demonstrate how to implement IPsec … I'm going to use a couple of servers on my system here, … the two at the bottom I have here, … which is LH-DC-1, which is a domain controller, … and LH-SVR-1, which is just a member server in the domain. … There's nothing that's been done to these, … and in fact, if you've been following along … with other videos you know that I had … previously set up a firewall rule. … I have undone that rule, okay? … Everything has been set back to default. … So, first I want to connect to LH-DC-1. … Here in DC-1 I'm going to click on Start and type in "cmd," … take me to a command prompt window, … and I want to go ahead and try to ping LH-SVR-1, … and you'll see here that by default … when trying to ping a member server … you're not able to do it, okay? … So, we're getting "Request timed out." … So, let's go ahead and jump over to SVR-1. … Here on our server what I want to do … is I want to go ahead and set up a firewall rule … to go ahead and allow these ping communications, …
- Implementing the Encrypting File System (EFS)
- Protecting your servers from malware
- Common network threats
- Implementing IPsec
- Securing file services
- Delegating privileges
- Configuring account lockout policies
- Managing advanced audit policies
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Server Hardening
2. Secure the Network
3. Secure File Services
4. Manage Privileged Identities
5. Configure Advanced Audit Policies
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