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JSI Tip 0819. Security Configuration Editor.

The Security Configuration Editor "allows system administrators to consolidate all security related system settings into a single configuration file. These security settings may then be applied to any number of Windows NT machines. Sample configuration files which implement different levels of security are also included.

SCE supports both a graphical user interface (GUI) and a command line tool.

The SCE GUI allows an administrator to
	o create and edit security configuration files
	o apply a security configuration to a system
	o perform a security analysis
	o graphically review the analysis results

The SCE command line tool is all that is needed to
	o apply a security configuration to a Windows NT system
	o perform a security analysis
		- This analysis may then be reviewed graphically
		  from a Windows NT machine that has the SCE GUI."

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