Security Compliance Manager 3.0 (SCM 3.0) is now available for download! SCM 3.0 is a free tool from the Microsoft Solution Accelerators team that enables you to quickly configure and manage both desktops and servers using Group Policy and Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager. In addition to key features from the previous version, SCM 3.0 offers new Windows Server 2012, Windows 8, and Internet Explorer 10 baselines!
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Secure your environment with new product baselines for Windows Server 2012, Windows 8, and Internet Explorer 10. The latest version of SCM offers all the same great features as before, plus an enhanced setting library for Windows 7 SP1 and Windows 2008 R2 and bug fixes. The updated setting library gives you the ability to further customize baselines, and also improves GPO Import feature affinity. SCM 3.0 provides a single location for creating, managing, analyzing, and customizing baselines to secure your environment quicker and more efficiently.
To learn more about the Security Compliance Manger tool, visit the TechNet Library.
SCM 3.0 provides ready-to-deploy policies and DCM configuration packs that are tested and fully supported. Our product baselines are based on Microsoft security guide recommendations and industry best practices, allowing you to manage configuration drift, address compliance requirements, and reduce security threats.
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Friends of the community I would like to collaborate with the next topic I am implementing security templates, MSCM gives me templates for different operating systems W2003sp2 W2008 w2008r2 for each operating system security templates shows me different roles for DNS, DHCP, Domain Controller, Hyper V, terminal server, web server, member server security.
My question is this ....................... if I have a server which has the role of Domain controller with DNS + DHCP + File Server that I apply the template Domain Controller only or all meeting the roles of servers over menber server security. or only apply to Server Security Menber my servers is protected.