Good Day Detroit!  Again thank you for coming out and seeing me at the event and I hope to see you next time I am in town.  You asked a few questions during the show, so here are the answers.  The wireless scripts that I used in the show are available on the DVD ( drive:\Security Tools\Whitepapers) or you can download it for free from here: 

As always feel free to comment if I missed any question or if you need additional information.

Q:  How does Small Business Server 2003 (SBS) implement the wireless solutions we discussed and what are the differences?
SBS does come with the Internet Authentication Server.  So the same methodologies that I used during the event will apply to SBS.    In the securing wireless whitepaper in appendix C it talks about tested solutions on different versions of Windows take a look here: 
There are a couple of GREAT whitepapers on securing the wireless network for small business:

An there are how 2003 standard works with certificate services.  Consider that Certificate Services in Window Server 2003 Standard Edition does not provide:

  • Auto enrollment of certificates to both computers and users
  • Version 2 certificate templates
  • Editable certificate templates
  • Archival of keys

Q: How do you configure Auto-Logoff i.e. log off users automatically after a period of time?
A:;en-us;314999 Download winexit.scr: 

Q: Are the wireless scripts available for Windows 2000?
  Yes, take a look here, also look to the first question in this thread and look into appendix C. :

Q: Can I recover a cleared log?
  I was unable to find any tools to help recover a cleared log file.  However, the log will capture the event that the log file was cleared.

Q: What versions of Windows does the Security Configuration Wizard (SCW) support?
You can install and run SCW on computers running a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 operating system only.  To learn more about the SCW take a look here: 

Q:  What are the commands I used in the “forensics” part of the session?
Take a look at this blog entry I did for a previous TechNet Event: