September 9th, 2013

One advantage of network access controls is that users can be required to authenticate via multi factor authentication (MFA) when using such services. This can be achieved through a rule based on a unique algorithm that the administrator controls and that the user must establish using her fingerprint. If a device is accessed over a network without the correct authentication settings the device will not receive the correct authentication, and the device will be considered compromised, look at these guys to get to know more about it!

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This section provides the most recent version of this topic.

Deploying this section

Note This section applies to Exchange Server 2010. For information about how to deploy this section for Exchange Server 2013, see “How to deploy this section for Exchange Server 2013” later in this section.

Before deploying this section for Exchange Server 2010, you must secure all transport mechanisms and software applications that are accessible via network transport from any user with malicious intent that can remotely gain access to network services on your Exchange Server. This includes all network services used by the Exchange Management Shell, e.g. IIS,.NET Framework, Autodiscover, and client access to the FQDN. Additionally, network servers, such as all network boot clients and all network PIMs, must be configured to use a unique user account and password to access them. Finally, you must configure all Active Directory objects within your organization to only allow users with the appropriate credentials to access them. You must also secure the SMTP server that is used to send messages to the Exchange Management Shell.

This section also deploys the most recent updates and enhancements to Exchange Server 2010 to ensure that the Exchange server is fully operational after the update has been applied. For details about these updates, see “Microsoft Exchange Server 2010: The most recent updates and enhancements” later in this section.

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