Windows HOME Security
gjacobse last edited by
Thought I would drop this for comment. We are setting up four Windows HOME boxes to be used as XIBO display units.
As part of this, they are co-mingled within a Domain system, but will not be ON the domain - thus why they were ordered with Windows Home.
My first thought is to of course change the computer name and put them in their own 'Work-Group' and apply some security to them.
What else might one add -
scottalanmiller last edited by
Home security is no different than Pro on a domain. The domain doesn't provide any security, if anything it creates some shared risk. Firewalls, AV and the like just like normal.
IRJ last edited by IRJ
Why not just use Linux? It runs on Apache or Nginx
nvm: That is the server side.
dafyre last edited by
Otherwise, Change Computer name, set them in work group, install software, and go... oh, and adjust firewall rules, etc as needed.
NerdyDad last edited by
These words don't belong together "Windows HOME Security".
There. That's better.
Reid Cooper last edited by
Step One: Install something other than Windows Home
Step Two: Be more secure