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Win2003 data execution protection opening and closing methods and setting skills

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Let me talk about the role of data execution protection this is Microsoft’s explanation:

Data execution protection can help protect your computer Protect from viruses and other security threats. These viruses and threats try to run (execute) malicious code from protected memory locations to launch attacks and only Windows and other programs should use these locations. This threat performs a sabotage operation by taking over one or more memory locations that the program is using. Later it will spread thereby destroying other programs files and even your email contacts.

Unlike firewalls or antivirus programs DEP cannot help prevent harmful programs from being installed on your computer. Instead it monitors your programs to determine whether they can safely use system memory. To perform monitoring operations DEP software can either run independently or cooperate with a compatible microprocessor to mark certain memory locations as 'not executable'. If the program attempts to run code from a protected memory location (whether malicious code or not) DEP will close the program and send you a notification.

DEP can take advantage of software and hardware support. To use DEP your computer must be running Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) or higher or Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 or higher. DEP software can help defend against certain types of malicious code attacks when it runs independently but to make full use of the protection functions that DEP can provide your processor must support the 'execution protection' function. Execution protection is a hardware-based technology used to mark memory locations as 'non-executable'. If your processor does not support hardware-based DEP it is best to upgrade it to a processor that can provide execution protection.

In fact we generally don’t use it because our processor does not support DEP (Data Execution Protection). Under normal circumstances you can turn off the next to avoid the memory cannot be 'READ'. appear.

However on some servers it is still useful for webmasters. .

Let’s talk about the shutdown method first:

Right-click on \u0026ldquo;My Computer\u0026rdquo; select Properties switch to \u0026ldquo;Advanced\u0026rdquo; in the startup and fault recovery click 'Settings' and then click 'Edit' which is actually editing your boot.ini file.
operating systems]
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\\ WINDOWS=\u0026rdquo;Windows Server 2003 Enterprise\u0026rdquo; (change this to)/execute /fastdetect

After the change it becomes

[operating systems]
multi( 0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\\WINDOWS=\u0026rdquo;Windows Server 2003 Enterprise\u0026rdquo; /execute /fastdetect

The same. If turned on. Just change that same to
[operating systems]
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\\WINDOWS=\u0026rdquo;Windows Server 2003 Enterprise\u0026rdquo; /noexecute=optin / fastdetect

Save and exit.

Restart is OK. . .

Data Execution Prevention (DEP) helps prevent damage from viruses and other security threats that can be malicious by running (executing) malicious code on memory locations that should only be used by Windows and other programs Code to launch an attack. This threat can cause damage by taking over one or more memory locations being used by the program. Then it can spread and damage other programs files and even email contacts.

Unlike firewalls or antivirus programs DEP does not prevent harmful programs from being installed on your computer. However it monitors the program to determine whether the program is safely using system memory. For this reason the DEP software can work independently or in conjunction with a compatible microprocessor to mark certain memory locations as 'unexecutable'. If a program attempts to run malicious or non-malicious code from a protected location DEP will close the program and notify you.

DEP can take advantage of software and hardware support. To use DEP the computer must be running Microsoft Windows XP with Service Pack 2 (SP2) Microsoft Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 (SP1) or an x64-based version of the Windows Server 2003 or Windows XP operating system. Using DEP software alone can help prevent specific types of malicious code attacks but to make full use of the protection features provided by DEP the processor must support 'execution protection'. This is a hardware-based technology that aims to mark memory locations as 'unexecutable'. If your processor does not support hardware-based DEP it is best to upgrade to a processor that can provide execution protection.

How to set:

To open \u0026ldquo;System Properties\u0026rdquo; click \u0026ldquo;Start\u0026rdquo; point to \u0026ldquo;Settings\u0026rdquo; click \u0026ldquo;Control Panel \u0026rdquo; then double-click on \u0026ldquo;System\u0026rdquo;.
Click on the \u0026ldquo;Advanced\u0026rdquo; tab under \u0026ldquo;Performance\u0026rdquo; click on \u0026ldquo;Settings\u0026rdquo;.
Click the \u0026ldquo;Data Execution Protection\u0026rdquo; tab.
Select the first option \u0026quot;Enable Data Execution Prevention for critical Windows programs and services only\u0026quot;. Of course you can also choose the second option and add unprotected programs.?Win2003 wireless network card driver cannot be installed and solutions

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