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Byline: Marcia Savage
Microsoft Thursday announced architectural details in Windows Server 2003 designed to enhance the software's security.
Mike Nash, corporate vice president of Microsoft's Security Business Unit, discussed several of the upcoming product's enhancements during a presentation here on the company's security efforts.
To make Windows Server 2003 more secure, more than 20 services in Windows Server 2003 will be turned off by default, Nash said. Out of the box, Internet Explorer in Windows Server 2003 will have limited functionality, he said. IE technologies will ship with a default security setting of …