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Microsoft Windows Servers have been the fundamental basis of small and large business networks since the early 2000s, and for many companies, servers are often the only entry point from the outside world.
Workstations seldom require external ports to be open and most always use local firewalls to block inbound traffic. The nature of a server is to serve, and therefore, the Server Firewall is often disabled, or ports opened to allow necessary traffic. Whether you are running an in-house Exchange Server, Remote Desktop Server, File Server, Remote Management and Monitoring Server, or a Custom Application Server, you expose the server itself and your business to the risks of a vulnerability being exploited by attackers.
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