Install Bitdefender, its $60, then use port forwarding.

November 06, 2007 04:34AM
Also, create an administrator account that's name is not "administrator", disable the administrator account and use the new one. Use BD's firewall, set it to open out, whitelist in only and only open port 80. Keep it patched and it'll be fine. <br> <br>I've been doing the same thing with Windows Server 2000/2003, XP Pro and Vista for years and its been just dandy. <br> <br>Do a search for dynamic dns hosting, it'll include a program to edit your dns record based on what your current IP is (in case yours changes).
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Getting a server accessible on the internet

Leprechaun 314 November 03, 2007 03:42AM

Port Forwarding and ISP restrictions

Rade 260 November 03, 2007 04:18AM

Oh, also

Rade 251 November 03, 2007 04:21AM

None taken :)

Leprechaun 213 November 03, 2007 05:21AM

Statistically speaking...

Rade 228 November 03, 2007 05:59AM

Yeah me too

Leprechaun 227 November 03, 2007 04:28PM

That's not even vaguely true but ok.

Death_Claw 218 November 06, 2007 04:23AM

The SANS Institute disagrees with you

Rade 308 November 06, 2007 04:33PM

Because, having worked with hundreds of windows machines over a decade...

Death_Claw 260 November 07, 2007 03:49AM

Install Bitdefender, its $60, then use port forwarding.

Death_Claw 269 November 06, 2007 04:34AM

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