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Why this Local Security Policy here?!

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  • Windows XP
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Anonymous
a b 8 Security
July 11, 2005 10:45:09 AM

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My friends,

I´ve a doubt about some parameters of Local Security Policy on Windows XP
Professional. Why exists the parameter "Domain controller: LDAP server
signing requirements" on Windows XP Professional?

I read some documents that this parameter refers to the server. It indicates
how a server will handle LDAP connections. I believe that a Windows XP
Professional station never can be a LDAP server, so, why this parameter
exists?!

My regards,
--
Felipe Perez
Security Analyst

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Anonymous
a b 8 Security
July 11, 2005 3:01:30 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)

XP is based on NT/2000 code. NT/2000 had two versions. One was a standard
PC (NT workstation/2000 Pro) and a server version. It seems that Microsoft
did not clear out most server parameters since this may help programmers to
"write" server applications.


"Felipe Perez" <FelipePerez@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:D 2C9665C-F204-443D-885F-D77D878C6845@microsoft.com...
> My friends,
>
> I´ve a doubt about some parameters of Local Security Policy on Windows XP
> Professional. Why exists the parameter "Domain controller: LDAP server
> signing requirements" on Windows XP Professional?
>
> I read some documents that this parameter refers to the server. It
> indicates
> how a server will handle LDAP connections. I believe that a Windows XP
> Professional station never can be a LDAP server, so, why this parameter
> exists?!
>
> My regards,
> --
> Felipe Perez
> Security Analyst
Anonymous
a b 8 Security
July 11, 2005 3:01:31 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)

Leclerc,

It´s mean that if I change the value of this kinds of parameters nothing
will happend?
Could I consider this kinds of parameters as "deads parameters" for Windows
XP Pro and Windows 2000 Pro?

My regards,
Felipe Perez
Security Analyst


"Yves Leclerc" wrote:

> XP is based on NT/2000 code. NT/2000 had two versions. One was a standard
> PC (NT workstation/2000 Pro) and a server version. It seems that Microsoft
> did not clear out most server parameters since this may help programmers to
> "write" server applications.
>
>
> "Felipe Perez" <FelipePerez@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:D 2C9665C-F204-443D-885F-D77D878C6845@microsoft.com...
> > My friends,
> >
> > I´ve a doubt about some parameters of Local Security Policy on Windows XP
> > Professional. Why exists the parameter "Domain controller: LDAP server
> > signing requirements" on Windows XP Professional?
> >
> > I read some documents that this parameter refers to the server. It
> > indicates
> > how a server will handle LDAP connections. I believe that a Windows XP
> > Professional station never can be a LDAP server, so, why this parameter
> > exists?!
> >
> > My regards,
> > --
> > Felipe Perez
> > Security Analyst
>
>
>
!