Security Configuration in Visual Studio Analyzer
When testing a distributed application across multiple computers running Visual Studio Analyzer, you need a tight security strategy. Ideally, your security implementation should be balanced. Users should have adequate permissions to accomplish their tasks. However, tight restrictions should be imposed to limit damage to company and personal property and the draining of system resources.
In This Section
- Security Basics
- Explains what you need to consider when configuring security in Visual Studio Analyzer.
- Configuring Security in Windows 95/98
- Provides instructions on how to configure security on computers running Windows 95/98 to control who has access to your site.
- Configuring Windows 95 and Windows 98 to Accept Remote Connections
- Provides instructions on how change the DCOM security settings to support remote connections.
- Configuring Security in Windows NT/2000
- Provides instructions on using DCOMCNFG to restrict access to computers running Windows NT/Windows 2000.
- Getting Started with Visual Studio Analyzer
- Describes the new features in Visual Studio Analyzer, and provides instructions for installation and security configuration.