> Because our firewall is on an NT platform and has a good GUI, I can be
> gone for a couple of weeks and even my boss, a manager, can sit down and
> make changes to the firewall comfortably. Several other people in the
> computing department with the passowrd could do the same if they had to.
> After two years, nobody else could sit down to my Solaris box and do
> anything except manage to shut things down.
While you're at it, do you care to announce to the list when your next
Personally, I don't *want* just anybody to be able to modify the firewall. I
also don't want "several other people" to have the password to the firewall.
That said, I do understand why a MS based environment would want to run an NT
firewall. However, you
should note that your policies aren't the tightest I've seen.
Chris Garrigues O- cwg @
Deep Eddy Internet Consulting +1 512 432 4046
609 Deep Eddy Avenue
Austin, TX 78703-4513 http://www.DeepEddy.Com/~cwg/
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