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Saturday, April 10, 2004
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Microsoft Security E-Learning Our free Microsoft® Security E-Learning Clinics follow the same content outline as our Security Webcasts, but deliver that information via a learner-centered format that offers unique user benefits.

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Brian points to the FREE Security E-Learning Clinics from Microsoft. This content is platform-centric rather than developer-centric.

Clinic 2801: Microsoft® Security Guidance Training I
This online clinic provides students with introductory knowledge and skills essential for the design and implementation of a secure computing environment. It also provides students with prescriptive guidance on security update management and best practices for implementing security on Microsoft Windows® server and client computers.

 

Clinic 2802: Microsoft® Security Guidance Training II
This online clinic builds on existing knowledge of server and client security and provides students with the knowledge and skills to apply best practices to implement perimeter and network defenses and enhance security for applications and Microsoft Windows Server System™ components. It also provides students with prescriptive guidance to enhance security for Microsoft Windows® server and client computers and practical strategies for implementing security best practices across an environment.


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